Not Another Inventory, Rather a Catalyst for Reflection

@inproceedings{Fleming1992NotAI,
  title={Not Another Inventory, Rather a Catalyst for Reflection},
  author={Neil Fleming and Colleen E. Mills},
  year={1992}
}
In this article the authors focus on the use of a modal preferences questionnaire as a catalyst to empower students to reflect on their own sensory preferences and modify their study methods accordingly. The authors discuss the development and use of the questionnaire, strategies for students to use in modifying their learning behavior, responses of students and faculty to the technique, and directions for further investigation of modal preferences. 

Learning Styles

  • A. ZapalskaH. Dabb
  • Education
    International Business Teaching in Eastern and Central European Countries
  • 2018
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