Online Learning Update

April 29, 2020

Educators can adjust online classes to fit learning styles

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

Shawna De La Rosa, Education Dive

Educators must balance many learning preferences as students adjust to online learning, which will be a good fit for some and difficult for others, District Administration reports. Some students will struggle with change and others will have a hard time dealing with isolation.  A paper by the University of Illinois Springfield lays out four styles of learners and how educators can adapt online curriculum accordingly. The visual/verbal learner, for example, does best when information is presented through visual aids, textbooks and class notes. They prefer to study in quiet environments, and the online environment is particularly well-suited to them.

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