Questioning learning styles

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    Moira Sarsfield
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    Is there any point diagnosing if there’s no clear treatment?

    http://eforenhancing.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/learning-about-learning-styles/

  • #21106

    Grant
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    Thanks for this post. I found it quite reassuring after some of the things I had read about learning styles in week 2. I have always been quite partial to Kolb’s learning styles model and LSI and believed that a well-constructed class should involve elements from the different styles. I suppose I need to dig a bit deeper and think about the implications involved in the way I use it and was planning to incorporate it again into some new classes and training modules.

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    Moira Sarsfield
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    Following on from learning styles, I read about UDL – Universal Design for Learning.

    This suggests that courses should include multiple options (in presentation and assessment) from which the student can chose.

    http://eforenhancing.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/declaring-udl-universal-design-for-learning/

    My favourite UDL idea was the graphic syllabus.

     

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