Learning and cognitive styles: conceptions and uses in teaching and learning

Hill, Jeanne and Armstrong, Steve and Graff, Martin and Rayner, Stephen and Sadler-Smith, Eugene (2003) Learning and cognitive styles: conceptions and uses in teaching and learning. Sunderland University Press. ISBN 1873757735

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Abstract

The papers in this book were among those originally presented to the Third Annual Conference of the European Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN), at the University of Sunderland in June 1998. They demonstrate the diversity of interests and approaches of members of ELSIN and of researchers of learning and cognitive styles everywhere. The original focus on learning styles has broadened to embrace a variety of perspectives on style in individual differences, including:

international comparative studies of style
theory and measurement of style
style and new learning technologies
style and managerial and organisational cognition
style and human resource development
the policy implications of individual differences in style.

In this volume, you will find papers representing each of these perspectives as well as a blend of theoretical and practical approaches to the concept of style in individual differences and cognition, both in educational-based and work situations. We hope you enjoy them.

Keywords:Learning styles, Cognitive styles
Subjects:X Education > X342 Academic studies in Higher Education
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
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Deposited On:17 Mar 2017 09:52

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