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Smith Peter & Dalton Jennifer (2005). Accommodating learning styles : Relevance and good practice in VET. Adelaide : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER). En ligne : <>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Smith2005a
Categories: General
Keywords: élève / étudiant, enseignement professionnel, travail enseignant
Creators: Dalton, Smith
Publisher: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) (Adelaide)
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URLs     http://www.ncver.e ... ch/proj/nr3013.pdf
"This research had the following four inter-related purposes:
- to identify and clarify the distinctions between learning styles, preferences and strategies of students, and their practical application to vocational education and training (VET) learning environments
- to identify the extent to which the VET sector takes account of preferred learning styles and the range of teaching strategies already in place throughout the sector, their effectiveness for learners and different learner groups, and their applicability to different instructional
methodologies and learning outcomes
- to develop a set of strategies that instructors can use to develop learners and knowledge/skill acquisition within the training package context
- to identify a professional development program, or set of programs, that will be valuable in assisting VET instructors to develop client-focused delivery methods."
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