LEARNING STYLES Editable Classroom Guidance Lesson - Tier I School Counseling
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In this classroom guidance lesson, students will learn the difference between equity and equality as they discover their own unique learning styles. This is an essential lesson if you have a mixed special ed and general ed classroom.
This Learning Styles guidance lesson is completely editable and a great way to explain different learning styles in order to help create a more inclusive classroom. This resource includes an editable PowerPoint and Google Slides version.
The editable aspect of this resource makes it easy to modify across different grade levels and settings. Take what you need! Guidance lessons are a great resource to use alongside your character education program and are an essential tool for Tier 1 RTI practices.
- Google Slides and PowerPoint version
- Learning Styles Activity
- Discussion Questions
- Learning Diversity Activity
- Counselor/Teacher/Parent instructions
Helping students understand their preferred learning style will help them in all areas of school. Students will also practice empathy by learning how other students learn differently.
This lesson is ready to use and designed to be low-prep.
Who is this Lesson Designed For?
This lesson is designed for students grades 1-5 but the PowerPoints are completely editable and can be changed to fit a wide variety of student needs.
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