Date: Tuesday March 9, 1999
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Linda Grynkewich, University of Georgia, Specialist in science education and instructional technology
After examining the ways they learn new information, participants will consider how to teach and test students’ learning through different styles and will learn about learning style theory, research, and practice. In group discussions, they will address such questions as these:
- What does learning style research mean for my students?
- What are my responsibilities as a faculty member or TA?
- What evidence is there that students with different learning styles can learn my subject?
Sponsored by USEMS Collegial Ties and the University Teaching Fellows Program.