Reviews: Learning styles

3 reviews found for "Learning styles"
Book review : Threads of thinking : young children learning and the role of early education
This is a book review of Threads of thinking : young children learning and the role of early education by Cathy Nutbrown, published by Sage in 2006, ISBN 9781412910842. It was reviewed by Margaret Simms of ProCEEd on behalf of ESCalate. This book shows how young children’s learning can be more effective using naturally occurring opportunities rather than artificially divided man-made compartments called subjects. The book is divided into four...
Book Review: Individual Preferences in e-Learning
This book by a respected consultant in team-based learning and e-learning for a variety of industries presents a learning model to assist designers of e-learning materials based on Kolb’s (1984) work on learning styles and the Myers Briggs theory of personality types (1998)
Book Review: Models of learning - tools for teaching (2nd Edition)
Joyce et al. seem to set out to provide a book which is ground in the literature, and yet will appeal to classroom teachers as a 'practical' guide. In many ways they succeed. The book has many strengths. It is clearly laid out, and easy on the eye. More significantly it covers a lot of ground, and is mostly very readable. The book provides a great deal of information, and insight, for practitioners; and includes 'coaching guides' for teachers who...