Should we be using learning styles?: what research has to say to practice

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Learning and Skills Research Centre (Great Britain) (LSRC)

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Learning style instruments are widely used but not enough is known about their reliability and validity and their impact on pedagogy in post-16 learning. This report documents work from a project commissioned by the Learning and Skills Development Agency (LSDA) to carry out an extensive review of research on post-16 learning styles, to evaluate the main models of learning styles, and to discuss the implications of learning styles for post-16 teaching and learning. The following research questions were addressed: What models of learning styles are influential and potentially influential?...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Research; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Systematic review; Pedagogics; Educational research; Learning style; Postcompulsory education; Educational practice

Geographic subjects: Europe; Great Britain

Published: London, England: Learning & Skills Research Centre, 2004

Physical description: [vii], 77 p.

Series: LSRC reference

ISBN: 1853389145

Statement of responsibility: Frank Coffield ... [et al.]

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 79.72

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