Where learning styles and DI meet

A session at Bring IT, Together [ECOO & OASBO]

Friday 25th October, 2013

11:00am to 11:45am (EST)

Ever wonder what your preferred learning style is? Want to play some online games and find out? LEARNstyle is pleased to introduce you to an innovative learning style inventory tool called PULSE: Personal Use Learning Strategies Evaluation. Join our hands-on session to experience PULSE and learn how to make the most out of your student’s preferred learning styles! We have 40 Chromebooks already set up to get you started! This gamified tool will help you discover how your students learn best - visual, sequential, kinesthetic and/or auditory activities. An integrated teacher dashboard, will give you the information you need to support a differentiated instruction model. Come and be inspired.

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Revitalizing education with interactive multimedia learning opportunities for anyone, anywhere, anytime #edtech #learningstyles @PULSElearnstyle @CloudGearLearn bio from Twitter

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D.J. Cunningham

Owner, Learn Style Ltd. bio from LinkedIn

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25 attendees

  • Arithmatweeter
  • Cheryl Paterson
  • Deb Goggin
  • D.J. Cunningham
  • Devon Moore
  • Doug Peterson
  • edtechtest
  • Eirin
  • Erin Reid
  • Gail E. Harris
  • Jane Johnston
  • Katina
  • Kendra Spira
  • Louise Coffey
  • LEARNstyle Ltd
  • Llana Bruggemann
  • Michael Rouse
  • Rod Murray
  • Derek Walker
  • Ann Gobran
  • Nancy Kawaja
  • krista sarginson
  • Joseph Romano
  • Jason Swan
  • Sheila Morgan

3 trackers

  • Kimberly Webster
  • Lisa Unger
  • Brian Hill

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Time 11:00am11:45am EST

Date Fri 25th October 2013


Fallsview Theatre B, Scotiabank Convention Centre

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