· Survey students to i.d. learning styles
· Extraversion—energized through action and interaction
· Introversion—reflection and solitude
· Sensing—pay attention to facts; reality; past experiences; very cautious; experiences; like every rung to be in place before proceeding
· Intuition—pay attention to hunches; connections and analogies; leap steps to connect different ideas; willing to make mistakes; reluctant to go back or practice by repetition
· “Let me master it”—introversion & sensing; like direct instruction and practice work
· “Let me do something!”—extraversion & sensory; learn through movement, interaction; hands-on activities
· “Let me think!”---introversion and intuition; unique and creative solutions; resist classical rules and guidance
· “Let me brainstorm!”—extraversion and intuition; process best out loud with partners or group; transfer knowledge to new situations easily.
· Strategies: hands-on manipulatives (e.g. like model kit for translation; monomers to polymers; or organic chemistry molecules).
(This applies to TPE 6D.)