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- Originally published: Auckland, N.Z.: David Bateman, 1998.
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- Author's Note; Introduction and a Personal 'Thank You'; Preface by Gordon Dryden; Recommendations for Using this Book. CHAPTER 1 The State of the Art: 1.Learners - and endangered species; 2.Mission impossible - love of learning for everyone?; 3.Learn, teach and live is style; 4.A new success breed - lifelong learners in their own style. CHAPTER 2 Diversity is our Strength: 1.Getting to know yourself and others; 2.There is no one like me, no one like you - the joy of being different; 3.Left brain-right brain - get your head together; 4.Learning styles - genetics or conditioning?; 5.Do we need scientific evidence?; 6.Dr Ken Dunn - how to release your personal power.; CHAPTER 3 Learning Styles - A Quiet Revolution: 1.Old and new beliefs about learning and teaching; 2.Please, respect my individuality; 3.Paradigm shifts - signs of our times; 4.The new paradigm of teaching and learning; 5.School learning will never be the same; 6.Pioneers at work - from New Zealand to Sweden to the UK; 7.Mike Scaddan - a principal's view on learning styles; 8.Students, parents and teachers say it in style; 9.Implementing learning styles - an Action Plan.; CHAPTER 4 The LSA - A Revolutionary Instrument: 1.Discover your students' learning styles; 2.What is the Learning Style Analysis (LSA)?; 3.How the LSA works; 4.LSA Junior and Senior Versions; 5.Group profiles - a new tool for classroom teachers; 6.How to use results from the LSA; 7.Practical applications for better teaching; 8.Finding out what makes students tick. CHAPTER 5 Too Many Provocations?: 1.There are no learning disabilities - only teaching disabilities; 2.Underachievement - the unnecessary disease in our schools; 3.Learning styles of underachievers; 4.School is hell for touch-dominant/tactile students; 5.Dropout candidates - highly kinaesthetic students; 6.Misfits, slow learners and school failures; 7.'Gifted' students have significantly different learning styles; 8.Analytic and holistic students exist w.
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