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ERIC Number: ED119250
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 21
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Maximizing Individual Student Learning through Cognitive Style Mapping.
Heun, Linda; And Others
Mapping the cognitive style of individual learners is one attempt to gain more precision and accountability in solving learning problems in education. Cognitive Style Mapping is a diagnostic procedure. It is designed to determine how people derive meaning from the world around them, specifically how individuals encode, process and decode meanings. The Cognitive Style Map Instrument is primarily designed for edumetric uses rather than psychometric uses. It is designed to measure the gain or growth of an individual's knowledge, learning skills, or abilities, rather than measuring individual differences in relation to a group. The Cognitive Map Instrument can be modified to reflect learning skills and abilities for any of the roles a person plays (learner, teacher, administrator, parent, worker, leader, etc.). (RB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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