Accounting for Learning Style

Why attend to learning style?

When students have difficulty accessing and recalling content, teachers can differentiate instruction by accommodating multiple learning styles. The following pages have been organized to support teachers who are seeking ways to reach more students. If you have additional effective resources that could support development in the area of learning styles for your colleagues, please share with Dawn Young at youngd@binghamtonschools.org to broaden our resources district wide.

Possible connections to APPR rubrics:

NYSUT Pearson

Element I.2, I.3

Element II.3

Element VI.2

Element VII.2, VII.4

Domain II, PI 10

Domain IV, PI 26

Domain V, PI 37, 41

Resources to Download

eye
Kinesthetic wordle
Tactile

Strategies for
Visual Learners

Strategies for
Kinesthetic Learners

Strategies for
Tactile Learners

Sources

Beninghof, A. (2006). Engage all students through differentiation. Petersborough, NH: Crystal Springs Books.

Beninghof, A. (1998). SenseAble strategies: Including diverse learners through multisensory strategies. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Beninghof, A. (2003). Meeting standards: Instructional strategies for struggling students. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

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