A Whole Brain® learning approach to an undergraduate auditing initiative – an exploratory study

  title={A Whole Brain{\textregistered} learning approach to an undergraduate auditing initiative – an exploratory study},
  author={Marina Kirstein and Rolien Kunz},
  journal={Meditari Accountancy Research},
Purpose Individual students have different learning styles, and lecturers can no longer afford to ignore this. Lecturers have a responsibility to accommodate students’ different learning styles by including learning style flexibility in the offered learning opportunities. The purpose of this study is to map a teaching case study against the Herrmann Whole Brain® model to determine whether learning style flexibility has been incorporated in the teaching case study. Design… 

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