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Individanpassad undervisning utifrån elevens lärstil
2005 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree)Student thesis
Abstract [en]

The aim of my study is to increase the knowledge, other people’s as well as my own, of how we can organize a way of teaching that is adjusted to each pupil’s need based on the individual learning style in order to satisfy future pupils’ chances of the best learning. I will answer the question what I as a pedagogue need to consider when planning my teaching based on the pupil’s individual learning style. I have made qualitative interviews with teachers that consciously consider the pupil’s learning style in their planning. In my study I have, among other things, come to the conclusion that it is easier for the teacher to make an analysis of each pupil when planning his or her teaching based on individual learning styles, but that this by no means is a necessity since the strategies might change over the years. The most important thing is to make the pupil understand his or her own learning process and that the teacher varies the teaching. Another fact that produces good results is the acceptance of differences among the pupils. The methodology must consist of a marked structure and holistic thinking when starting up a new theme. All new and difficult information must be integrated by help of the pupil’s strongest strategy. It is important to analyse oneself as a teacher to learn what learning and teaching strategy is the most dominant, since this can influence the pupil’s chance of getting the best learning. The classroom environment plays an important role in the pupils’ learning and should be adjusted to their needs. The great pleasure these interviewed teachers take in their work is, according to them, due to the fact that the pupils feel a greater joy and understanding of what they do in school. There are four keywords: individual adjustment, learning styles, the learning process and methodology.

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2005. , p. 45
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kau:diva-60429Local ID: LP-04OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kau-60429DiVA, id: diva2:1125230
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Teacher education
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