Dr. Jane Bluestein explores how considering students’ learning styles can successfully impact teaching, and how our efforts to accommodate a variety of learning styles can reduce stress and resistance, and improve relationships, commitment, and success.
- Consider the assumptions we make about how others learn, as well as the characteristics of the students we were taught to teach.
- Recognize the importance of a teachers' willingness to teach content more than once, and in more than one way, if necessary.
- Explore variations in modality preferences and ways to accommodate these differences.
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