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Learning Styles: A Focus upon E-Learning Practices and Pedagogy and their Implications for Designing E-Learning for Secondary School Students in Newfoundland and Labrador
Education Faculty Publications
  • Morris Cooze, University of Georgia
  • Michael K. Barbour, Sacred Heart University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-1-2005
Abstract
With the increase of online learning in the K-12 environment, research must turn to specific studies focused upon this level. One area of investigation surrounds the development of online course content and individualised student learning styles. This review found that although there is a vast body of research concerning online learning in the post-secondary environment, this is not true for K-12 education. Recent studies have begun the discussion for secondary school students as online learning becomes more prevalent and accepted as a means of learning. The lessons that these studies bring forward may be of particular interest to instructional designers and e-teachers in the K-12 environment.
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At the time of publication, Michael K. Barbour was affiliated with University of Georgia.

Citation Information
Cooze, Morris and Michael K. Barbour. "Learning Styles: A Focus upon E-Learning Practices and Pedagogy and their Implications for Designing E-Learning for Secondary School Students in Newfoundland and Labrador." Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology 2.1 (2005)