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Should We Be Using Learning Styles

Should We Be Using Learning Styles

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Should we be using learning styles?
What research has to say to practiceLearning style instruments are widelyused. But are they reliable and valid?Do they have an impact on pedagogy?This report examines 13 modelsof learning styleand concludes thatit matters fundamentally which modelis chosen. Positiverecommendationsare made for students,teachersand trainers,managers,researchers and inspectors.
 
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Frank Coffield
Institute of EducationUniversity of London
David Moseley
University of Newcastle
Elaine Hall
University of Newcastle
Kathryn Ecclestone
University of Exeter
Should we be using learning styles?
What research has to say to practice

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