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Learning styles

a guide for teachers and parents

by Barbara K. Given

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Learning Forum Publications in Oceanside, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning.,
  • Cognitive styles.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-122) and index.

    StatementBarbara K. Given; illustrations by Tanja Lannen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1060 .G553 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination124 p. :
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3583057M
    ISBN 100945525346
    LC Control Number2002280252
    OCLC/WorldCa47006134


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When we understand learning styles—imaginative, analytic, common sense, and dynamic—and adjust our teaching or Brand: David C Cook. Quotes About Learning: These quotes about learning necessarily reflect a particular view of learning, so in that way this list is editorialized.

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Carol Barnier. Carol Barnier. Christian Focus / / Trade Paperback. $ Retail: $ Save 10% ($) 5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews. How Understanding Your Child's Unique Learning Style Can Open the Door to Success - eBook.

Brock Eide, Fernette Eide. Brock Eide, Fernette Eide. Hachette Books. Hold On, You Lost Me!: Use Learning Styles to Create Training That Sticks, VolumeIssues Hold On, You Lost Me!: Use Learning Styles to Create Training that Sticks, Jeanine O'Neill-Blackwell Authors Bernice McCarthy, Jeanine O'Neill-Blackwell Edition illustrated Publisher American Society for Training and Development, A style is any pattern we see in a person's way of accomplishing a particular type of task.

The "task" of interest in the present context is education-learning and remembering in school and transferring what is learned to the world outside of school. Teachers are expressing some sort of awareness of style when they observe a particular action taken by a particular student and.

How to Implement and Supervise a Learning Style Program. by Rita Dunn. Table of Contents. Chapter 1. All About Learning Styles. Many people prefer to learn in ways that are different from how other people of the same class, grade, age, nationality, race, culture, or.

This book will provide teachers with the knowledge and understanding of the importance of learning and learning styles. In the climate of inclusion an understanding of how children learn, and of learning styles, is not only desirable, but essential.

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Fleming VARK Theory – Students and teachers need a starting place for thinking about, and understanding, how they learn. ~Neil Fleming. Neil Fleming, an educator, has devoted his career to investigating learning styles and determining how individuals learning through modality preferences.

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