Foundations of Learning: Learner Styles by BlossomTeaches

Mrs. Blossom (@blossomteaches) has a great post about the importance of learning styles:

I purposely designed my Maker Kit lesson plan, explained fully in the previous blog post, to accommodate various learning styles. Using the Makey Makey to touch, hear and see syllables when determining syllabication allows learners to kinesthetically, audibly and visibly interact with the Makey Makey during the lesson. Fortunately, the lesson I designed can be used in individual, small-group or whole-group lessons while accommodating different types of learners. Two specific, current research articles support my pedagogical choices used in my Makey Makey syllabication lesson plan found here.

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