Learners construct self-awareness and social awareness with the use of their brain. It is a tool of artistic behaviorism like no other. It is what makes learners different and it is what enables them to interpret things differently within their learning environments. Likewise, a student’s capacity to learn and a teacher’s capacity to teach or instruct is directly interrelated with theories of (1) multiple intelligences and diverse learning styles; (2) aspects of motivation and learning; and (3) experiential learning or learning from experiences within the student’s ‘real-world’ or ethos. All of these are affected by the cognitive and emotional state of learners. Hence, the brain functions as a proactive tool in which both teacher and student interact in effective teaching and learning processes…creating new ideas and strategic methods resulting in effective, enriching outcomes of constructivism.
The Concept of Multiple Intelligences and Diverse Learning Styles.
The effective teacher recognizes and acknowledges that learners learn differently, with different modalities and styles perceiving and capturing information and stimuli from the world around them. The diversity in learning is often in the form of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning. Each modality assists in the pedagogical nature and instructional style of the teacher and the thematic, discovery learning styles of the student. ...Show more