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Learning Styles and the Online Environment - Is This Possible in Sakai?

Speaker(s): Melissa Zhuo

Session Abstract

Everyone has their own "style" for collecting and organizing information; the online environment is well suited to the variety of learning styles and personality needs. The online environment lends itself to a less hierarchical approach to instruction which meets the leaning needs of people who do not approach new information in a systematic or linear fashion. Because learners have different learning styles or a combination of styles, online educators should design activities that address their modes of learning in order to provide significant experiences for each class participant. In designing online courses, this can best be accomplished by utilizing multiple instructional strategies.

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