Learning styles – definition and types of learning styles

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Definition of learning styles Different people learn in different ways. These different ways are generally called learning styles. According to Stewart and Felicetti (1992), learning styles are those educational conditions under which a student is most likely to learn. These approaches are simply preferences people exhibit, not requirements of any kind. Coffield et al. (2004) has identified 71 models of learning styles. 13 out of the 71 models have been categorised as major models. Kolb’s Learning Style Inventory (LSI) and Honey and Mumford’s Learning Styles Questionnaire (LSQ) are widely known […]

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