This research used the learning style questionnaire to identify the learning style preference/s of the respondents. According to this theory, all people are capable to understand our environment through language, spatial representation, mathematical analysis, musical thinking, Kinesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal. It implies that students have different strength of intelligences to carry out different tasks. The three most valuable senses in learning are vision, hearing, and touch. Meanwhile, constructivism helped the researcher in conceptualizing this study.
A holistic view means that we are interested in engaging and developing the whole person. You can think of this as different levels, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. It's the concept that the human being is multi-dimensional. In supporting learners to complete their chosen qualification if the holistic assessment method is used it enables learners to demonstrate several criteria from units at the same time. Holistic teaching focuses on preparing the learner to meet any challenges they may face in life and within a work setting.
The most physical learning strategy of them all, kinesthetic learners obtain information by movement and motion. In fact, the word kinesthetic refers to a student’s ability to learn through by use of physical activity. So although they’re at a slight disadvantage in the traditional classroom environment, when it comes to things like physical education (PE), and other outdoor activities, the tables are turned. The reason for this is because kinesthetic learners process information when they are given the opportunity to move around in a classroom environment. Their bodies want to know what the movement feels like to use it as a reference point later on.
It also keeps them more focused and involved in their learning. Technology in the classroom allows children to learn quicker and more effectively. This paper will support the benefits of technology in the classroom, as well as show the downfalls of technology and why they are inconsequential. One of the main reasons that schools exclude technology from the learning workspace is that they believe that technology is more of a distraction than a resource. Technology can entice us away from the business of learning, but so can just about anything else when we are bored.
Visual students are they who learn effectively and efficiently through seeing thing. The more the students are able to see the information, the easier they learn it. They tend to learn by using textbooks, worksheets, written notes, etc. According to Mortensen (2008, p. 3) as cited in Fauziati (2005, p.16), learning activities that suit to the visual learners are; drawing a map, making outlines of everything, copying what’s on the board, asking the teacher for diagram, etc. Furthermore, visual learners are commonly have some characteristics; good at spelling but forget names, need quite study time, have to think awhile before understanding lecture, like colors & fashion, understand charts, etc.
Constant writing, proofreading and a little bit of constructive criticism is what I expected from this course. Upon entering the course my expectations were surpassed, Dr. PHP was not an easy teacher but she was an effective teacher. Her lessons and explanations in class worked well for me especially in my writing. Giving us handouts dealing with grammatical errors like comma splices and giving us examples in class of how an outline should be written really helped out a lot. Another thing that helped me in this class is the journals, even though I did not feel like doing them they help me spot a lot of my silly errors and grammatical mistakes.
1.1 Guidance Guidance is firstly a method of helping someone solve a problem by giving advice or necessary information. There are three different facets of guidance, each focusing on a specific area. These three facets are personal and social guidance, educational guidance and vocational guidance. Personal and social guidance main aim is to build learners up through providing support, emotional support and personal support, which rests upon the principles of individual uniqueness, acceptance, association and encounter, more over to know when to help a learner can be identified through knowing whether or not his/her characteristics is normal by looking at the different stages of development, we can therefore offer our learners, physical, cognitive, emotional, social and normative support. Some examples of each include: • Physical support: educators should be patient with the development of motor skills and development should be encourage but at the learners’ own pace.
The characteristics of a good online student include basic technology skills, which most modern students possess and embrace. This idea of technology being better than traditional school is often referred to as “Click versus Brick” (Kachel). The fact that some student claim to learn better through technological materials demonstrates the idea that greater understanding can come from the integration of online schooling. Unlike traditional schools, online courses often allow students to take courses that they are genuinely interested in, which adds a give them the motivation to do well in hybrid online courses (Kachel). Although online courses may be naturally beneficial to some, it often takes hard work for struggling students to perform well in
Basically, with an ample amount of attention and good memory, students can come up with ways to ease themselves for exams. There are some ways to enhance our memory and it is pointed out in the later part of this paper and also the posters. The main reason for choosing the topic of attention and memory in the concept of examination is because it is a main struggle for most of the student. The goal is to help students to discover their capabilities in enhancing their memory. Besides that, we aimed to create awareness on the importance of attention during class because it is one of the easy ways to learn.
Activity based teaching and learning method is a technique adopted by teachers to emphasize their method of teaching through activity in which the students participate willingly and get efficient learning experiences. It is a child-centered approach. It is a method in which the child is actively involved in participating mentally and physically. Learning by doing is the main focus in this method. Learning by doing is important in successful learning since it is well proved that more the senses are stimulated, more a person learns and longer he/she retains.