Archive: Meeting Six – Learning Styles

@ Yes. Too easy to follow trends, much harder to get at the evidence. EdRes needs to communicate better too. #sciteachjc
@DrDav
Carol Davenport

#SciTeachJC My summary: Ignore the gooblydegook and work to make well-rounded learners with a variety of teaching styles
@Lethandrel
Lethandrel


Why am I being such a dweeb and forgetting to tag my posts! #sciteachjc
@DrRacheal
Dr Racheal

@ @ @ ...complete with target level, current level, SEN need, EAL, G&T, FSM etc 😉 #SciTeachJC
@Arakwai
Arakwai, Glaws

@ @ @ Homework! There is another evening's worth of ranting materials! #SciTeachJC
@sciteachcremin
Doug Cremin

Thank you to everyone who joined in tonight's #SciTeachJC discussion - I know how busy you are. Off to plan tomorrow's lessons 😉 Goodnight
@SciTeachJC
Science Teaching JC

RT @: #SciTeachJC My summary: Ignore the gooblydegook and work to make well-rounded learners with a variety of teaching styles
@SciTeachJC
Science Teaching JC

RT @: @ Yes. Too easy to follow trends, much harder to get at the evidence. EdRes needs to communicate better too. #scite ...
@SciTeachJC
Science Teaching JC

RT @: @ Its funny tho, I totally rejected the anti practical work paper few weeks back, this one i accept without question... ...
@SciTeachJC
Science Teaching JC

@ Tell that to all the Unis teaching the PGCEs and GTs...why would they argue when trying to hoop jump towards QTS? #sciteachjc
@DrRacheal
Dr Racheal

@ #sciteachjc Absolutely. Variety is what is important - in learning and teaching.
@DrDav
Carol Davenport

@ No objection to either of those! Both seem worthwhile and to have actual benefit for learning (see previous #SciTeachJC re: tests).
@Alby
Alby Reid
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3 Responses to Archive: Meeting Six – Learning Styles

  1. Mark Crookes says:

    This is one of my favourites

    The Role of Deliberate Practice in the Acquisition of Expert Performance
    K. Anders Ericsson, Ralf Th. Krampe, and Clemens Tesch-Romer

    http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.169.9712&rep=rep1&type=pdf

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