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Kavale Kenneth A. & Lefever Gretchen B. (2007). « Dunn and Dunn Model ofLearning-Style Preferences:Critique of Lovelace Meta-Analysis ». The journal of educational research, vol. 101, n° 2. En ligne : <http://www.scribd.com/d ... f-lovelace-metaanalysis>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Kavale2007
Categories: General
Keywords: style d'apprentissage
Creators: Kavale, Lefever
Collection: The journal of educational research
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Abstract     
The authors critiqued the M. K. Lovelace(2005) meta-analysis of the Dunn and Dunn Model ofLearning-Style Preferences (DDMLSP). The conclusion thatLovelace reported in her meta-analysis that learning-styleinstruction is a beneficial form of instructional delivery isunjustified because of critical conceptual and practical prob-lems. Those problems surround interpretation of effect size,narrow focus on a single model, missing information, and,most notably, a sampling bias. Meta-analysis relies on thesynthesis of many different types of studies. However, 96% ofstudies cited in the Lovelace meta-analysis were dissertations(70% with authors of the DDMLSP), leading to potential“home-team” bias. The proponents of the DDMLSP mustaddress such concerns before the DDMLSP can be acceptedby the education community
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