Children are like snowflakes - no two are alike. As a teacher, I have to be able to meet the learning goals of each of my students, no matter what their learning styles may be. I make sure to reach every student in every lesson I do.
One example of a lesson where I met the learning needs of my students is when I did a simple lesson on observations. I had the students shake a closed shoe box and make observations about what was inside. For my kinesthetic learners, I had each student handle the box individually. For my oral learners, I had the students read their observations out loud and I repeated them as they were said. For my visual learners, I wrote the observations on the chalkboard as the students recorded them in their notes.
I have a very clear classroom management plan, which is layed out for the students at the beginning of the year. I maintain a positive enviornment and make class time enjoyable for all students.
DeMarcus is raising his hand for an observation while Megan
inspects the box.