Understanding Learning Styles: Making A Difference for Diverse Learners

Author:

Kelli Allen

,

Jeanna M. Scheve

,

Vicki Nieter

Publisher:

Shell Education

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Publisher

Shell Education

Publication Year 2020
ISBN-13

9781425800468

ISBN-10 1425800467
Binding

Paperback

Edition First
Number of Pages 176 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 24 X 18 X 0.9
Weight (grms) 292

Students have different learning styles! This resource helps teachers determine the learning style of each student and the appropriate delivery methods to target and address the needs of as many of the intelligences as possible. Different learning styles are presented in this professional resource that help teachers determine how best to teach their students. Surveys, practical ideas, and suggestions for designing lessons that incorporate multiple learning styles are also provided to support differentiated instruction.

Kelli Allen

Kelli Allen, M.S., Teaches at the University of Texas at Austin and is a National Board Certified Teacher with 15 years of classroom teaching experience. Kelli received the National Radio Shack Teacher Award in 2004, and was a National GIFT Fellow from Verizon in 2001. She was named the Outstanding Young Educator for Kansas and was a Kansas Teacher of the Year Nominee in 2001.

Jeanna M. Scheve

Jeanna M. Scheve is an award – winning teacher with 10 years of classroom teaching experience. She currently serves as the high school science department chair, co-chair of the Building Leadership Team, coordinator of her district’s incoming teacher mentoring program, as a trainer for time to teach, and as an apprentice teacher portfolio evaluator for the University of Texas at Austin. She was also a semi – finalist for Kansas Teacher of the year in 2007.

Vicki Nieter

Vicki Nieter, Ed.D., is an assistant adjunct professor, Graduate Division of Education at St. John’s University, Queens, New York. Since 1976. Vicki has worked in education as a teacher, special educator, administrator, mentor, and staff developer. She is also a trainer for the Center for the study of Learning and Teaching styles.
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