Preferred Learning Styles

4 April 2015
This paper covers a variety of topics related to learning styles. The author includes auditory, visual and kinesthetic, among others. The author also covers the emergence of online learning.
Introduction: What is learning?
How Do People Learn?
What is a Preferred Learning Style?
How to Reach Everyone.
What Teachers Can Do.
What employers Can Do.
What students Can Do.
A New Approach: Online Learning
Experiences of a Cyber Team: A Critique.
List of Contact Made.
What We Learned as an Online Group.
“Teaching in the United States was traditionally “frontal teaching,” where the teacher would stand in front of the class and lecture with little or no interaction, and even less consideration for those students who did not learn very well from that style of teaching. In the last 20-25 years, educators have begun to pay more attention to the fact that not every student learns in the same way. They have become more aware of and more responsive to the research that has been done in the area of learning and learning styles (Snyder, 2000). Learning is an interactive process, the product of student and teacher activity within a specific learning environment. These activities, which are the central elements of the learning process, show a wide variation in pattern, style and quality (Hood, 1995).”
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