Saturday, August 29, 2009

Re: Learning style, attitudes and learning design

Hi Paul,
I like your thoughts on the topic! I think Learning Managers must embrace this and use to their full advantage within LE's. This strategy could be incorporated into L.E's, particularly in terms of group structured work. LE's should be designed in some circumstances to utilise the fact that students do vary in learning styles and personalities. For example, students who tend to display introverted personality charactersistics could be grouped with more confident extroverted students. This could possibly allow for students to perhaps note and gain social skills demonstrated by others through observing positive personality behaviours. On the contrary, which I see you have noted, is the importance that the LM understand students personalities and learning styles to avoid negative experiences and avoid hindering their learning opportunities.
Chat to you soon.

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