Impact of Learning-Style Instructional Strategies on Students' Achievement and Attitudes: Perceptions of Educators in Diverse Institutions

  title={Impact of Learning-Style Instructional Strategies on Students' Achievement and Attitudes: Perceptions of Educators in Diverse Institutions},
  author={Rita Stafford Dunn and Andrea Honigsfeld and Laura Shea Doolan and Lena Bostrom and Karen A. Russo and Marjorie Schiering and Bernadyn K. Suh and Henry Tenedero},
  journal={The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas},
  pages={135 - 140}
Educators from various institutions responded to key questions concerning learning style as it was implemented in their institutions and communities. Among those items explored were the impact of learning styles on teaching practices, syllabi, and values and whether the construct improved instruction or student outcomes, how it improved students' perceptions of their learning outcomes, and how it contributed to the profession of education. 
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