Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The research of learning styles and their importance in education has been investigated for several decades. Educators and researchers know that all children can learn, and know that all students learn in different ways. Recent research has substantiated and validated much of what we knew about learning. These investigations have also produced new information about how the effects of sociological, environmental, emotional, physiological, and cognitive preferences affect the achievement of individual students (Dunn, Beaudry and Klanas, 1989).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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©1992 Joanna Oppenheimer Morgan
Morgan, Joanna Oppenheimer, "Learning styles: Assessing our student needs" (1992). Graduate Research Papers. 2919.