Category Archives: EDS 103: Theories Of Learning

To VARK, Or Not To VARK, That Is The Question

Source: http://learningon.theloop.school.nz/moodle/ Learning styles theorists, like Kolb, Jung, and the Dunns, believe that each person has a unique set of ways of grasping, processing, and retaining information. What and how much of this information is grasped, processed, and retained largely depend … Continue reading

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Perspectives On Teaching And Learning

Source: http://www.stevemargetts.co.uk/ In 2011, Huitt defined teaching as “not giving knowledge or skills to students; teaching is the process of providing guided opportunities for students to produce relatively permanent change through the engagement in experiences provided by the teacher.” It is … Continue reading

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