Understanding teachers with extreme individual learning differences: developing more effective teachers

@article{Rosenfeld2008UnderstandingTW,
  title={Understanding teachers with extreme individual learning differences: developing more effective teachers},
  author={Melodie Rosenfeld and Sherman Rosenfeld},
  journal={Teaching Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={19},
  pages={21 - 41}
}
  • Melodie Rosenfeld, Sherman Rosenfeld
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Teaching Education
  • Three teachers, who held extreme preferences for the ways they learn, participated in a year‐long professional development course, designed to sensitize teachers to their own and colleagues’ individual learning differences (ILDs). The case study focuses on their extreme learning preferences and discusses the impact of these preferences on their language, beliefs and practice, both before and after the course. The teachers’ learning preferences were determined from their scores on seven learning… CONTINUE READING
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