Missouri Department of Elementary
The Successful Student: What's Your Style?
Everyone is different, and they learn differently, too. After discussing what it is to be a good student, class members participate in the next lesson that explores their individual learning styles.
Identifying Your Learning Style
How many different learning styles are there? Four? Five? Seven? Twelve? It depends on who you ask. But the point of this lesson is that people learn differently, and most have a way or ways that work best for them. To help identify...
What's Your Style?
Sixth graders complete a learning style assessment and evaluate the information gained to determine accuracy in terms of what they know about themselves as learners. They then identify and implement strategies related to their preferred...
Learning Style Inventory
Students investigate their own personal learning style with the use of a personal inventory. They access the inventory by using the internet. Students write reflectively and discuss in class personal style of learning and how they prefer...
How Do I Learn Best?
Students read about and determine their individual learning styles in order to develop learning strategies. They use a learning style inventory to find out their learning style and also to help choose helpful learning strategies.
Learning Styles Personal Brochure
Middle schoolers complete an online inventory to identify their individual learning styles, strengths, and characteristics. Students use the information to create a personal brochure explaining their learning strengths and strategies to...
US Institute of Peace
Identifying Conflict Styles
Are you a peace-keeper or a problem-solver? Explore conflict management styles through a lesson plan, fourth in a 15-part series, that combines individual assessment and collaborative work. Groups learn the basic tendencies of each...
How Do I Learn Best?
Students discover their learning styles. In this language arts lesson, students read about the various learning styles. Students determine their learning style and discuss how they can use this knowledge.
What's Your Style?
Students examine and discuss the seven multiple intelligences. They take an inventory to identify their own learning styles and design activities that utilize their intelligences.
US Institute of Peace
Identifying Your Conflict Style
How do you handle conflict? Individuals look inward to determine their own conflict style through group discussion and a short quiz. The sixth installment in a series of 15 conflict management lessons examines how our feelings and...
Personal Learning Profile
Students investigate the life of Ghandi in order to find out how they learn. The choice of Ghandi was made because many students are not familar with him. Then student engage in different modalities of learning and take learning style...
Student Learning-Strengths Inventory
Young scholars complete an online inventory to determine their strengths and weaknesses. They create graphs to show their results. They discover how they are unique from their classmates.
Caveats in Choosing a Homeschool Curriculum
Identifying your child's learning style is key to choosing the right homeschooling curriculum.
Go Eco! Ecosystems
How is a movie theater like a desert biome? Compare systems to ecosystems with a set of activities that focuses on accessing multiple intelligences and building upon knowledge. As learners discuss the ways elements of an ecosystem depend...
What Kind of Smart?
Young scholars participate in a lesson in order to discover the type of intelligence they have for learning. This is done by taking a Multiple Intelligences Survey. The focus of the lesson is a question posed to students. The homework is...
What Shipping Job Would I Be Good At?
Students explore what occupation they are a good fit for. In this careers instructional activity, students take a self-inventory to find out what occupation fits them best. Students participate in SHIPS BINGO and test their knowledge of...
Computer Hardware —Computer Studies
What kind of components are needed for a computer? Through a differentiated activity, individuals learn about six hardware computer components. They conduct research to determine the range of options for the components. Class members...
Students introduce themselves to the teacher and the class by completing a variety of surveys, interest inventories and questionnaires. They interview several others and then introuduce one of the people they inerviewed to the rest of...
Analysis of Fauvism
Students analyze artworks created by the Fauves to establish the characteristics of this style of art In small groups students work to describe and analyze 5 characteristics of Fauvism and 5 reasons Fauvism was developed. he frthr...
Looking for Clues
Students infer the cause of a shipwreck based upon information about artifacts found in the wreck. For this marine archeology lesson, students use an inventory list to infer the cause of a shipwreck. Students discuss the maritime...
Applications and Interviews
Learners practice completing applications for jobs. They examine the do's and dont's of filling out an application. They also participate in a mock interview process.
Teaching Strategies for the Social Studies Classroom
Engage your class in a lesson that is concerned with the development of skills in the realm of teaching strategies needed for Social Studies. They will participate in delivering content using several strategies that are demonstrated by...
Students examine the themes of isolation and simplicity in Andrea Zittel's art. They discuss what is necessary and sufficient on a month-long island stay and design functional and artistic items with Zittel's philosophy in mind.
U.S. History: The Great Depression
Seventh graders examine the Great Depression and federal relief programs such as the Civilian Conservation Corps. Focusing on Texas, they assess the effects on poor farmers and discuss what they would do for a living had they lived in...