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ERIC Number: ED075275
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
Pages: 25
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Learning Styles and Teaching Strategies.
Hunt, David E.
Teachers use a variety of teaching strategies or models so that a range of educational environments will be available to meet the variety of student needs. A model for matching these teaching strategies to students in terms of their learning style is described and its construct validity is discussed. Principles of matching according to variation in conceptual level form the basis for this model. Coordination of teaching strategies with this conceptual level matching model requires that techniques be described in terms of their degree of structure. Problems in the implementation of this plan are noted and educational arrangements which are best suited to meet specific student needs are discussed. It is concluded that the student's learning style is only one of many characteristics which can be matched to variation in educational approach. (SHM)
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Note: Paper presented at National Council for the Social Studies, Boston, Massachusetts, November 21, 1972