How I Learn
How I learn is a series of guest posts from students, teachers, parents and anyone interested in Learning styles. How I Learn was suggested by John Heffernan (@JohnMayo) and has become a regular feature of Anseo A Mhuinteoir thanks to many offers of posts and ideas sourced through Twitter and Facebook. So far these offers have come from all walks of life and support a variety of learning styles.You can follow the discussion on Twitter by following the hash tag #HowILearn
If you're interested in joining in and writing a guest blog for #HowILearn all you need to do is write a post and email it to email@example.com Please include any links, photos or resources you use as well as a short bio of you so you can be fully credited with your work.
How I Learn The Book!
All details can be found here. There's still time to submit all types of contributions, all the details you'll need to get involved can be found in the link above!! So get writing!
Everything you need to know about the How I Learn charity
All proceeds will be going to Barnardos, a childrens charity.
Links to all guest posts are here.
Introduction post to #HowILearn
First guest blog post by Aoife Blood
Guest post by Paudie Scanlon
Sports Mad Gavin Grace takes over the blog
Anonymous post from a student teacher.
CoimicGael aka Aidan Courtney
Guest Post from Edel Tumelty
Mary and Daniel co-write How I Learn
A Crucial Day author Emer Downing
Simon Lewis of anseo.net guest poster
PHD Dermot Donnelly on How he learns
@johnmayo aka John Heffernan
Megan Douglas, B.Ed student
Maggie Mulrine takes over Anseo A Mhuinteoir
Fintan O Mahony better known as @levdavovic
Post from a child in 6th class
Maria O'Sullivan on How libraries help her learn
All the way from Melbourne is Linda Paddon
Infants teacher Nicola O Lone
A different approach from Pam O Brien