Learning Styles Essay by Master Researcher

Learning Styles
A discussion on learning styles based on personal experiences.
# 88130 | 900 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Education (Theory) , Education (General)

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This paper is a high level retrospective presentation of a situation in the student's life that involved learning and the impact based on learning styles that occurred in the situation. It reviews learning styles and preferred methods of learning for the student coupled with learning style theories form the basis for a small recommendation section in the conclusion.

From the Paper:

"On the job training is always a challenge in a group of diverse individuals; each individual has their own learning style and much like professors, each trainer has their own teaching style. I had to attend such training that combined many different types of learning (hands-on and direct presentation on a one on one basis as well as small group/ seminar training) for a part-time job I had. Curry (1990 as cited by Lemire, 2002) found three predominant areas of concern related to learning styles: (1) confusion in the definition of a learning style - which to me implies conceptual boundaries, 2) lack of strength for proving the style reliable or valid, and (3) "the identification of relevant characteristics in instructional settings, or aptitude-treatment interactions." It is this last area of concern cited by Curry that this presentation will focus on. The trainer did not have a strong comprehension of learning styles but ..."

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