A part of designing learning of course knows students attitudes and attitudes toward areas of life which incorporates learning style, how students think and even where they sit in class. This is so the learning environment is effective for learning and multiple intelligences develop. As Andrew Sense notes (2005), ???learning styles are a concern in social situations and can hinder people in their learning???. So personalities can clash and it is the Learning Managers task to design learning so students accept each other and learn to communicate and work together to achieve their outcomes no matter what learning style they have.
Any thoughts on the subject?
From Paul Jak.