Different in similar ways : making sense of learning styles.
By: Smith, Ian | Learning Unlimited.Material type: BookSeries: The learning teacher series.Publisher: London : TSO, 2005Description: 28 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. (pbk).ISBN: 0114973288.Subject(s): Education | Learning | Learning, Psychology ofDDC classification: 371.3SMI
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Different in Similar Ways: Making Sense of Learning Styles closely examines the concept of 'learning styles' which has become very popular in education. It also questions how accurate and useful this concept really is for teachers. After closely examining the differences, this publication suggests which differences are more profound and therefore more useful for teachers to be aware of in the classroom. The titles in this series are written for all those who help young people to learn in classrooms and schools. Each tackles an important but complex topic, and provides a short accessible insight into an aspect of how we learn and the lessons for those who help others to learn.
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Includes bibliographical references.