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Enlightening Individuals

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This project will help fifth grade students at Rosedale Elementary understand and implement their learning styles; auditory, visual and kinesthetic. Teachers are already aware of the different ways of learning, but the students remain uninformed. This project will not only teach these students the way that they learn, but it will also give them suggestions on how to get the most out of education. This quote summarizes our projects intent, "You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives." – Clay P. Bedford

Bryan Jones
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May 30, 2013
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The website homepage. Providing the user with a login so they and their teacher can continually monitor and understand how they learn.
Heres an example of what a question may look like. The student can watch a video, see an image or listen to a sound clip in order to get the most accurate result.
This page shows the student's learning style results, as well as defines each learning style. Students can compare their styles to others on this site. Teachers have access to their students results.
Posters that will help remind the students of what learning styles they are.
The students can write their names on the bottom of the poster. Doing this will help them remember which style they are throughout the school year.

Teach students how they learn and provide tools that cater to those learning styles, enabling the student to have a sense of responsibility in how they learn and their future.


Providing a questionnaire or test that speaks to all three learning styles (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic). After students take this test, they're shown their results, and an explanation on the learning styles. Classrooms will be provided with posters that give tailored suggestions about how to learn more successfully.