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Survey of research on learning styles

  title={Survey of research on learning styles},
  author={Rita Stafford Dunn and Jeffrey S. Beaudry and Angela Klavas},
  journal={Educational Leadership},
R esearch on learning styles has been conducted at more than 60 universities over the past dec ade. These investigations have yielded useful findings about the effects of environmental, emotional, sociologi cal, physiological, and cognitive pref erences on the achievement of students. Learning style is a biologically and developmentally imposed set of personal characteristics that make the same teach ing method effective for some and inef fective for others. Every person has a learning style—it… 

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