This chapter touched on many things that we, as teachers, really need to be aware of. Throughout our careers we are going to faces many different types of learners and we should be ready for that. Each child is different, everyone learns differently. I think that if we examine our school time encounters we can remember the differences we saw. I remember there was always the child that did awesome with construct things, the one that was great with visuals, the one that could remember anything they read, etc. As a teacher it is vitual to be aware of these things.
Some students are spatial learners, then you have your logical-mathematical learners, there are ones that are interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, etc. Within each classroom the teacher should be prepare for these learners and adjust their lessons accordingly. There is no way you are going to have one lesson that hits EVERY learner, but if there is a nice overall balance they everyone should learn. We need to use the different types of activities such as developmental, partners, organizing materails into smaller units, simplifing vocabluary, etc to touch everyone. I feel that if these things are done within a room the overall environment will be friendlier to each student.
The push is here to include everyone. We need to be ready for it. There is no better time to start learning! Teaching is an on-going experiences, that is why we do what we do!