Independent Chapter Review This is where you would see an independent review of this chapter, but no one has written it yet.If you would like to be the one that writes this review, you can e-mail me your review directly.Until now, neither theory has had much to do with the other. Learning-style theory begins with Carl Jung (1927), who noted major differences in the way people perceived (sensation versus intuition), the way they made decisions (logical thinking versus imaginative feelings), and how active or reflective they were while interacting (extroversion versus introversion).
While its success as an all-inclusive instructional strategy is conclusive when effectively incorporated in various learning environments, it was only recently that the value of differentiated instruction was introduced to the physical education setting (Gregory & Chapman, 2007).
Differentiating instruction in physical education is adapted physical education for all learners in an inclusive classroom environment.
In the 20th century, two great theories have been put forward in an attempt to interpret human differences and to design educational models around these differences.
Learning-style theory has its roots in the psychoanalytic community; multiple intelligences theory is the fruit of cognitive science and reflects an effort to rethink the theory of measurable intelligence embodied in intelligence testing.
An exemplary teacher not only is an expert in his/her core academic area, but has a strong foundation and use of differentiated instructional principles.
Differentiated instruction has the focus of diversity, common outcomes, and is student-centered. Mestre is an Associate Professor of Library Administration and the Head of the Undergraduate Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. degree, she has a doctorate specializing in language, culture and curriculum and has devoted the last 15 years to exploring the intersection between multicultural librarianship and online learning environments that best reflect the diverse needs of students.Home Welcome Language Barriers, Attitudinal Teacher Perspectives and Theoretical Frameworks Understanding Multiple Intelligences & Public Education Accommodating Multiple Intelligences of ESL Students in a Mainstream Classroom Theories of Motivation and ESL Students Through the Eyes of A Former ESL Student The ESL-ELL Educator and Learner Technology and the ESL Student What do I do if I am not an ESL teacher, but I have ESL students in my classroom?"The book is complemented throughout by examples to illustrate points made, results of a usability study conducted by the author and useful reference lists…Overall, this is definitely a must read for those wanting to explore the process of designing effective library tutorials."--The Australian Library Journal, Vol. The focus of the presentation is on a live demonstration of a resource that can accommodate multiple learning styles without duplication of materials.