Student learning preferences from preferred lighting, seating, types of activities and favorite subjects are explored with these pennants and student surveys. Mini-lesson plan is included to help use this information to make class agreements and set a positive tone for the school year. A great back to school activity to help your students reflect on their learning preferences and help create a caring classroom.
- Give each student an individual pennant and then combine them for a class learning preference banner. It is a great discussion starter for both students and parents. As an added bonus it also helps decorate your room or hallway.
Learning Survey and Data Collection
- Either interview your students or give them a more detailed learning preference survey. Then compile the data.
Group Discussion Sheet
- Use the data to
start class discussions about how the students and teachers can make their classroom a place where every student can learn in their own way.
This is useful for PYP schools' reflection component, Visible Thinking Schools, and anyone else who wants to help their students reflect on how they best learn.
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