This text synthesizes the research on the learning style characteristics of five culturally diverse groups: Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and European Americans. Although each of these groups has distinguishing features and differs from other groups on some of the 22 elements that constitute learning style, there are broad within-group variations that preclude generalizations. Dunn and Griggs identify a multidimensional model of learning style, describe a comprehensive assessment instrument for identifying an individual's learning style, and provide a variety of educational interventions that accommodate diverse learning style preferences.
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Students from diverse cultural groups can achieve academically if their learning style preferences are identified, validated, and responded to through compatible teaching and counseling interventions.About the Author:
RITA DUNN is Professor of Instructional Leadership and Director of the Center for the Study of Teaching and Learning Styles, St. John's Univerity.
SHIRLEY A. GRIGGS is Professor of Counselor Education at St. John's University.
Both are recognized as outstanding faculty in teaching and research. Dunn and Griggs have coauthored Learning Styles: Quiet Revolution in American Secondary Schools (1966) and more than 17 other books as separate authors.
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Book Description Praeger, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0275964809
Book Description Praeger, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110275964809