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ERIC Number: ED491369
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 191
Abstractor: ERIC
ISBN: ISBN-1-4129-1063-3
Learning Styles and Inclusion
Reid, Gavin
Paul Chapman Publishing
This book is about learning styles and inclusion, but essentially it is about learning, and how to make learning more effective for all learners. To recognise the needs of learners as well as those of teachers, and at the same time appreciate that the inclusive education environment, irrespective of its merits, will present barriers for learners, and for teachers. The message in this book is that learning styles can provide teachers with an opportunity to recognise individual needs, and at the same time recognise the needs of all learners in inclusive and diverse learning environments. This book is therefore suitable for professionals and parents in every country. Following the table of contents, Acknowledgements, and the Introduction, it is divided into three parts. Part I, How Children Learn, contains the first three chapters: (1) Learning Models and the Learning Cycle; (2) Learning Differences and Learning Styles; and (3) The Role of the Learning Environment . Part II, Learning Styles, continues with the next three chapters: (4) Background to Learning Styles; (5) Assessment of Learning Styles; and (6) Learning Styles--Learning and Teaching. Part 3, Inclusion, presents the next two chapters: (7) The Inclusive School--Characteristics and Challenges; and (8) Learning Styles in the Inclusive Context. Part IV, Effective Learning, contains the final two chapters: (9) Promoting Effective Learning; and (10) Learning Styles--Strategies and Insights. Appended are: (1) Books and articles, followed by a glossary, references, and an index.
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Publication Type: Books; Guides - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education
Audience: Parents; Practitioners
Language: English
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