Advocating a new system of inservice instruction for teachers, the authors describe problems faced by educators, explain the concept of learning styles, and describe how inservice coordinators can use learning-style strategies to retrain professional teachers according to the teachers' learning styl
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Renowned experts on learning styles, Drs. Rita and Kenneth Dunn show staff developers how to use teachers' learning styles in in-service programs so they can model alternative strategies for their students. Step-by-step procedures help in-service coordinators assist in retraining professional teachers. This book clearly describes the problems educators face with schooling and inservice, and details the concept of learning styles.
Practical help is provided for identifying learning styles, and understanding and using global and analytic approaches to inservice. The reader will learn how to design tactical and kinesthetic resources, activity packages, programmed learning sequences for inservice, and how to manage their implementation. Providing step-by-step instruction, topics include: What Can Be Done to Improve Teaching Quickly? and What Is Learning Style?
This book is for practicing and prospective educational leaders and teachers.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110205274412