Validation of learning style measures: implications for medical education practice.

Abstract

BACKGROUND It is unclear which learners would most benefit from the more individualised, student-structured, interactive approaches characteristic of problem-based and computer-assisted learning. The validity of learning style measures is uncertain, and there is no unifying learning style construct identified to predict such learners. OBJECTIVE This study… (More)

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@article{Chapman2006ValidationOL, title={Validation of learning style measures: implications for medical education practice.}, author={Dane M Chapman and Judith G. Calhoun}, journal={Medical education}, year={2006}, volume={40 6}, pages={576-83} }