This book is a practical, hands-on guide to designing lessons based on students' learning styles. Let Me Learn was written to stand on its own or be used as a companion to the author's earlier book, Unlocking the Will to Learn. Using the `Learning Combination Inventories', it demonstrates how to analyze students' different learning styles - and guides teachers in developing compatible lessons.
PART ONE: GETTING IN THE MIND-SET TO LISTEN TO THE LEARNER
Who is Prepared to Answer the Learner's Call?
Who is the `Me' in Let Me Learn?
What is the Learning Combination Inventory?
When Sounds of Silence are all you Hear
What do you mean by `Two-Getherness'?
PART TWO: TUNING IN TO THE VOICES OF THOSE WHO HAVE LISTENED AND LEARNED
Listening to the Elementary Learner
Listening to the Voice of the Learner in the Secondary Classroom
Listening to Others, Hearing Ourselves
Applying the Let Me Learn Process
PART THREE: PUMPING UP THE VOLUME
Making the Commitment to Listen to the Voice