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I suggest you move out of "old" invalid learning styles models and take
a look at a complete learning system based on sound learning theory.
The research is very clear on this.  The Let Me Learn Process is a
complete metacognitive model that is theoretically sound with an
instrument (Learning Connections Inventory) that is statistically
validated.  See their website:  Letmelearn.org or better yet come in
January to the first National Level Conference for anyone interested in
this process in the field of Higher Education.  Many of us already do
with excellent success.

Created by Christine Johnston of Rowan University of New Jersey.



Pat
 
Patricia Maher, Ph. D.
Director, Learning Assistance Services
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Ave.
Tampa, FL  33620-5089
813-974-9281
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-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Susan Henderson
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 2:25 PM
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Subject: Re: Learning Styles workshop

If you reply to Liz' request on spicing up a learning styles
presentation, can you add the following? I'm looking for a BRIEF, paper
and pencil, learning styles inventory, written at a basic (high school?)
reading level. Most inventories I have found are either 1) on line or 2)
use vocabulary that causes most of my students to struggle or 3) takes
30+ minutes. 

THANKS!!!!

Sue Henderson

Assistant Director, University College at the Polytechnic Campus
Arizona State University
7001 East Williams Field Road
Academic Center Building room 80, Mail Code 0180
Mesa, AZ  85212
(480)727-1457 * fax (480)727-1714
http://uc.asu.edu * http://east.asu.edu/learningcenter



 

-----Original Message-----
From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 12:19 PM
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Subject: Learning Styles workshop

I'm presenting a workshop on learning styles to high school students
using 
the primarily VAK and looking to breath new life into my presentation. 
Does anyone know of any good/interesting/attention grabbing/hands-on 
activities to illustrate the various styles?
Thanks!
Liz

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