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List 5 effective study strategies from this week that you will use. Explain why you selected them and why they are effective strategies for online learning.
Group students in a way that fosters their learning styles. Diane Heacox, author of "Differentiated Instruction in the Regular Classroom," says that children are free to use their learning styles when they're placed in flexible groups. [ Heacox, an instruction expert, helps teachers design their curriculum to include and engage all learners. These groups, she says, can be heterogeneous -
several styles working together and complementing one another - or homogeneous - students of all one learning style working together on a project that complements their learning style. A benefit of pairing students with others who learn differently than they do is that you're teaching them to communicate ideas effectively to others. Mind Tools, an online career resource, also claims that it's important to combine students to balance skills. While a visual learner will naturally gravitate toward creating a drawing or a graph, a verbal learner will help him remember to use language as well. Vary your instruction to help develop learning styles. When you analyze your lessons, you might find that many of your assignments are geared toward a certain type of learner. Instead, apply the many types of learning to your assignments on a regular basis. For instance, to cater to your sequential learners, you can provide an outline of your lecture one day, while the next you can ask students to participate in a class discussion to help your global learners succeed. To help you keep track of your learning style inclusion, Heacox recommends using an integration matrix. This is simply a chart that has the types of learners on the left-hand side of the page. On this table, write a check mark every time you include a different type of learner. This will be a quick visual to help you know that you have diversified your lessons. Read more: How to Apply a Learning Style | eHow.com ]
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