Bibliographies du service Veille et Analyses, IFÉ

WIKINDX Resources

Hawk Thomas F. & Shah Amit J. (2007). « Using Learning Style Instruments to Enhance Student Learning ». Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, p. 1. 
Added by: Marie Gaussel (15 Mar 2012 11:35:58 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Hawk2007
Categories: General
Keywords: style d'apprentissage
Creators: Hawk, Shah
Collection: Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education
Views: 951/1145
Views index: 12%
Popularity index: 3%
The emergence of numerous learning style models over the past 25 years has broughtin- creasing attention to the idea that students learn in diverse ways and that one approach to teaching does not work for every student or even most students. We have reviewed five learning style instruments (the Kolb Learning Style Indicator, the Gregorc Style Delin- eator, the Felder–Silverman Index of Learning Styles, the VARK Questionnaire, and the Dunn and Dunn Productivity Environmental Preference Survey) in this article in order to describe the learning style modes or dimensions measured in the instruments; find the common measures and the differences; report on research on instrument validity, reli- ability, and possible improvement in student performance; suggest classroom activities that work with the different student learning styles; and recommend selection of models under several conditions. We also review one additional learning style instrument, the Revised Approaches to Studying Inventory, as a complementary approach to using one or more of the first five learning style instruments.
Added by: Marie Gaussel  
wikindx 4.1.9 ©2013 | Total resources: 8749 | Database queries: 53 | Script execution: 0.3145 secs | Style: VST pour affichage | Bibliography: WIKINDX Master Bibliography
Nous écrire
accueil Veille et Analyses    |     nouveautés    |     dossiers d'actualité        

École normale supérieure de Lyon
Institut français de l'Éducation
Veille et Analyses
15 parvis René-Descartes BP 7000 . 69342 Lyon cedex 07
Standard : +33 (0)4 72 76 61 00
Télécopie : +33 (0)4 72 76 61 93