Learning Styles: Literature Review 4 and mismatching teachers and learners in order to encourage" bicognitive ability, " the ability to use both styles effectively. Learning Styles: Fact or Fiction, A Literature Review of Learning Styles.
Guy F. Workman. This paper was completed and submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master Teacher Program, a 2year faculty professional development program conducted by the Center for Teaching Excellence, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, Literature review on learning styles. However, the concept of learning styles has yet to be stabilized, as well as its diagnosis, which could enable the design of appropriate learning experiences, given the vast array of diagnostic theories, models and instruments one can find in any literature review, for example, [Cassidy 2004, [Coffield et al.
2004 and [Wilson 1998. Personality learning styles are made up of MyersBriggs Temperament styles, tolerance of ambiguity styles, right and left hemisphere styles.
Riding& Rayner (1998) just discuss and describe the two basic dimensions of cognitive styles, including wholistanalytic and verbalimagery styles. The Index of Learning Styles developed by Richard Felder and Linda Silverman, in the late 1980s, is a widely used model of learning styles.
In this model there are four dimensions of learning, with one learning preference on the far After undertaking the literature review, there was a concern that the use of the term learning styles in the question How can teachers use flexible learning spaces to cater for different learning styles? may not reflect 21st century learning principles. Further research on the use of learningstyles assessment in instruction may in some cases be warranted, but such research needs to be performed appropriately.
INTRODUCTION The term learning styles refers to the view that different people learn information in different ways. In recent decades, the concept of learning styles has In light of recent research suggesting links between learning style and culture, this review of the literature looked at the various definitions of learning style, reviewed a framework for categorizing the types of instruments used to assess learning style, and explored the literature on learning style research among diverse groups.
The study reviewed definitions of learning style