Revisiting cognitive and learning styles in computer-assisted instruction: not so useful after all.

@article{Cook2012RevisitingCA,
  title={Revisiting cognitive and learning styles in computer-assisted instruction: not so useful after all.},
  author={David A. Cook},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2012},
  volume={87 6},
  pages={778-84}
}
In a previous systematic review, the author proposed that adaptation to learners' cognitive and learning styles (CLSs) could improve the efficiency of computer-assisted instruction (CAI). In the present article, he questions that proposition, arguing that CLSs do not make a substantive difference in CAI. To support this argument, the author performed an… CONTINUE READING

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