Learning & Teaching Styles LO26147

From: HJRobles@aol.com
Date: 02/16/01

Replying to LO26139 --

I forgot to add that in terms of how an institution deals with the
complexity you mention, I don't know that we expected we would be able to.
>From my perspective, it was a quantum leap just to make people aware that
the differences exist. It was only a beginning, but I do know faculty who
several years later continue to be observant about how different students
approach learning, are aware of their own style and biases, and
consciously modify curriculum to adapt to those styles. May not seem like
a significant outcome, but given how complex an organization a college is,
I thought it was notable. H.

Harriett J. Robles



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