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Evans Carol & Cools Eva (2011). « Applying styles research to educational practice ». Learning and Individual Differences, vol. 21, n° 3. En ligne : <http://www.sciencedirec ... e/journal/10416080/21/3>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Evans2011
Categories: General
Keywords: style d'apprentissage
Creators: Cools, Evans
Collection: Learning and Individual Differences
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URLs     http://www.science ... rnal/10416080/21/3
Abstract     
This special edition of Learning and Individual Differences focusing on “new directions with styles research” considers how we can effectively use enhanced understandings of cognitive and learning styles within educational practice to develop metacognitive and associated self-regulatory practice. The articles highlight develop- ments within the styles field and in so doing, they specifically focus on (1) consolidating and advancing understandings of key style constructs and their relation with other individual learning difference variables (i.e., theoretical and conceptual developments); (2) identi- fying ways of developing valid, reliable, convenient, and integrated measures of style (i.e., methodological and measurement develop- ments); and (3) the application of styles research to educational practice, including schools, higher education as well as workplace settings as integral elements of lifelong learning (i.e., practical developments).
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