Responding to Children's Learning Styles

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Melba Libia Cárdenas


Learning styles research has given educators new directions for making changes in their classrooms. The single most widespread change has been to open classrooms to more than one approach to intellectual work. Different social groupings, alternative activities, more complex projects have all been introduced as attempts to create opportunities for students to use their various strengths in dealing with course material.

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CárdenasM. L. (1). Responding to Children’s Learning Styles. HOW Journal, 8(1), 17-26. Retrieved from
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