Auditory learners take in and understand information through listening to a cd, a group discussion or debate and through memorization of the information discussed. Reading and writing is commonly used, reading and writing is reading a text, understanding it then writing and summarising that information into paragraphs, lists and main bullet points. A kinaesthetic learner will learner and understand information through debate, discussions and through demonstrations. A kinaesthetic learner is a visual and auditory learner mixed together. 2,2.
He was a computer and cognitive scientist and was very popular early development of AI  . In the 1940s and 50s, many scientists from diversity fields like mathematics, psychology, engineering, economics and political science started to try to make a artificial mind which work like human in the year of 1940 and 50 and started academic in the year of 1956. For using the semantic net first program of AI was written by Ross Quillian. We can define semantic net as like graph in which nodes represent the concept and arrow is used for providing link between the nodes . A quiz was done in Feb 2011, named with Jeopardy!
There are several tools, methods, and tests which can help me to put my knowledge into practice. I would like to mention that before studying the course it was difficult for me to differentiate between visual, tactile, auditory and kinesthetic learners. when I did the VAKT test, it describes me as a visual and tactile learner. I become familiar with my learning strategies. Now, I can apply this test to differentiate learners according to their preferences.
During the class, I observed the students interested in listening to their peer. Mrs. Carbone explained that by holding students accountable to rate the presentations, helped to promote active listening skills and learning. Furthermore, students grow into their unique learning preferences. Students to gain core information by listening. Some of the Second Language Listening Comprehension dimensions that I notice throughout my observation include: individualization, cross cultural, social, contextualized, strategic, intertextual, affective, and the critical dimension.
After children master mental tools, they take control of their own learning, by attending and remembering in an intentional and purposeful way. What caught my attention the most was the differences and similarities in Vygotsky’s and Piaget’s
‘Individualized Learning Styles’ and class room adaptations : Learning style is an individual's natural or habitual pattern of acquiring and processing information in learning situations. There are following types of learning styles: Visual Learners . They take in information through the eyes. They learn by observing or reading. They are good at visualizing (seeing pictures in their minds) of people, places, pictures and even words, are usually able to give detailed reports of what they have seen.
Training for skills and vocations is particularly heavily saturated with learning and being reinforced for "correct responses and behaviors." 2. The cognitivist perspective : Cognitivist theories of learning are concerned processes which occur inside brain and nervous system as a person learn. They share perspective that people actively processes information and learning takes place through the efforts of the learner. Internal mental processes include inputting organizing, storing, retrieving and finding relationships between information.
OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING The Social Learning Theory, also known as observational learning, involves how a learner changes behaviour and obtains knowledge as a result of watching others within their environment. Albert Bandura (1977) considered observational learning as the process that explains the nature of children learning behaviours by watching the behaviour of the people in their environment, and ultimately, imitating them. Observational learning will be applied to demonstrate how in the phonics activity, students act as observers, and the teacher as the model, where imitation of actions create a learning process resulting in the students being able to independently trace the ‘h’ letter shape, ultimately learning through observation.
In the stage Engage, the students first encounter and identify the instructional task. They make connections between past and present learning experiences, stimulate their involvement in the anticipation of these activities. Asking a question, defining a problem, showing a surprising event and acting out a problematic situation are all ways to engage the students and focus them on the instructional tasks. Students are motivated Demonstration, reading, graphic organizers, brainstorming are used to engage students. For e.g.
Listening is regarded as an activity which is used to solve many complex problems (Byrnes, 1984). As a matter of fact, listening comprehension is an integrative skill. It plays an important role in the process of language learning/acquisition; also it facilitates the emergence of other language skills. For these reasons, an awareness of effective listening comprehension