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PRINCIPLES ASIS, ALVIN PATRICK C.

OF
TEACHING 1
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LEARNING STYLE
the way a person processes,
internalizes, and studies new
and challenging material

another factor that makes


your students differ from
one another
DR. KENNETH &
DR. RITA DUNN
proposed the one of the oldest and most widely
used approaches to learning styles

“The way in which each learner begins to


concentrate, process and retain new and
difficult information. That interaction
occurs differently for everyone.”
ENVIRONMENTAL
lighting

sound

temperature

seating
EMOTIONAL
motivation

persistence

responsibility

structure
SOCIOLOGICAL
how individuals learn in association of other people
alone

pair

peer

group

authority

variety
PHYSIOLOGICAL
perceptual elements

energy level

intake

mobility
PHYSIOLOGICAL
correspond to the following types of psychological processing
hemispheric

impulsive
or
reflective

global
or
analytic
NEIL FLEMING
In 1987, Fleming developed an
inventory designed to help students
and others learn more about their
individual learning preferences.
VISUAL
LEARNER
• learn best by seeing LEARNER’S CHECKLIST
• People who prefer this  Your notes are covered with
type of learning would drawings
 You are good with remembering
rather see information faces but not names
presented in a visual  You can spell well
rather than in written  You’d rather read a story than
form. listen to it
 You’re good with maps and
directions
AURAL/AUDITORY
LEARNER
• learn best by hearing LEARNER’S CHECKLIST
information  You are easily distracted by
noises
• They tend to get a great  You have difficulty working
deal out of lectures and quietly for long periods of time
are good at  You are a good listener
 You easily remember what
remembering things others say
they are told.
READING & WRITING
LEARNER
• prefer to take in LEARNER’S CHECKLIST
information displayed  You love making lists
 You enjoy reading and writing
as words  You prefer to have written
• Learning materials directions
that are primarily text-
based are strongly
preferred by these
learners
KINESTHETIC/TACTILE
LEARNER
LEARNER’S CHECKLIST
• learners learn best
 You excel at sports, art or drama
by touching and  You enjoy building, making or
doing creating
• Hands-on  You have trouble sitting still
 You fiddle with objects while
experience is
thinking
important to them
CARL GUSTAV JUNG
• developed a theory of psychological
types designed to categorize people
in terms of various personality
patterns
EXTROVERTED
•learners enjoy generating
ideas from other people

INTROVERTED SENSING
• prefer to solve problems •focused on aspects of the
on their own physical environment

INTUITIVE
• focus more on the world
of possibility
THINKING
• focus more on the structure
and function of information
and objects

FEELING JUDGING
• manage information based
on the emotions • learners tend to be
decisive

PERCEIVING
• learners tend to make
decisions impulsively
DAVID KOLB
• published his learning styles model in
1984 from which he developed his
learning style inventory
• his theory is concerned with the
learner’s internal cognitive processes.