- 1 Credit -
1 Semester Credit
PD credits for re-certification and
This course will explore the four learning styles: Concrete, Sequential, Random and Abstract. The combinations of learning styles are presented in depth to explain the learning preferences of each style and gaps they may have in learning environments. Teachers will find their preferred learning style and also examine how each style concentrates, remembers and understands best. Educators will develop a written paper, lessons or activities for classroom applications of learning style theory.
1 Semester Graduate Credit
The Way They Learn
- 1 Graduate Credit -
- Teachers will learn about the basic theories and concepts of Concrete-Sequential (CS) and Random Abstract (RA) learning style preferences of learners and students.
- Educators will examine the dominant Concrete-Sequential learning style and dominant Concrete-Random learning style and the learning characteristics that are preferred.
- Students will examine the dominant Abstract-Sequential learning style and the Abstract-Random learning styles and describes why these learners have different preferences.
- Educators will be presented with theories and explanations about how students concentrate, remember material, and how they understand academic content.
- Teachers will examine numerous charts and diagrams that categorize and explain the various learning style preferences and how to use the information for instructional purposes in classrooms
1 Semester Credit (post-baccalaureate professional development credit)
Joseph C’de Baca MaEd.
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The Way They Learn
What Others Are Saying About This Course
“Thank you for a wonderful experience. I cannot wait to take what I have learned and apply it to my new first grade teaching job. I know I will be able to use both classes to continue improving myself as an educator.“