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Mix-It Up for Optimal Learning
Teaching Methods AALS Section Newsletter
  • Karin M. Mika, Cleveland State University
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  • learning styles,
  • teaching
As most of us already know, students (and all people) learn differently, either primarily in an auditory fashion, in a visual fashion, or in a tactile fashion (learning by doing). An appropriate strategy for the classroom is to teach the same material in three different ways -- not necessarily repeat the material, but to provide elements in each class that appeal to each of the learning styles.
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Karin Mika, Mix-It Up for Optimal Learning, Teaching Methods AALS Section Newsletter 8 (Winter 2007)