Learning Styles

Using the Gregorc Model to plan lessons

"Distinctive and observable behaviors that provide clues about the mediation abilities of individuals and how their minds relate to the world, and therefore, how they learn" (Gregorc, 1979, p.19).

Gregorc's Learning Styles include how we perceive new information (Abstract to Concrete) and how we order information (Random to Sequential):

Characteristics of Gregorc's Learning Styles

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Classroom examples for Butler's Style DIfferentiated Instruction based on Bloom's Levels of Thinking and Gregorc's Learning Styles

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