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Using learning style theory to improve learning and teaching in the engineering classroom

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2 Author(s)
R. E. Terry ; Brigham Young Univ.,Provo, UT, USA ; J. N. Harb

This workshop introduces a method for the enhancement of engineering education based on learning style theory. The material is presented in three parts. The first part describes four learning styles or preferences which are derived from the manner in which individuals perceive and process information. Part two of the presentation is designed to facilitate practical application of learning style theory in the engineering classroom. The third part of the presentation discusses the connection between learning style theory and Bloom's taxonomy of cognitive objects and engineering design

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 1993. Twenty-Third Annual Conference. 'Engineering Education: Renewing America's Technology', Proceedings.

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6-9 Nov 1993