Learning How to Learn: Learning Styles in Higher Education

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Learning How to Learn : Learning Styles in Higher Education. / Lauridsen, Karen M.; Lauridsen, Ole.

2011. Paper præsenteret ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA.

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Harvard

Lauridsen, KM & Lauridsen, O 2011, 'Learning How to Learn: Learning Styles in Higher Education' Paper fremlagt ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA, 09/03/2011 - 11/03/2011, .

APA

Lauridsen, K. M., & Lauridsen, O. (2011). Learning How to Learn: Learning Styles in Higher Education. Paper præsenteret ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA.

CBE

Lauridsen KM, Lauridsen O. 2011. Learning How to Learn: Learning Styles in Higher Education. Paper præsenteret ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA.

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Vancouver

Lauridsen KM, Lauridsen O. Learning How to Learn: Learning Styles in Higher Education. 2011. Paper præsenteret ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA.

Author

Lauridsen, Karen M. ; Lauridsen, Ole. / Learning How to Learn : Learning Styles in Higher Education. Paper præsenteret ved The SoTL Commons: A Conference for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Statesboro, GA, USA.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Ole Lauridsen, Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark Karen M. Lauridsen, Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark Learning Styles in Higher Education – Learning How to Learn Applying learning styles (LS) in higher education teaching leads to positive results and enhanced student learning. However, learning styles should not only be considered a didactic matter for the teacher, but also a tool for the individual students to improve their learning capabilities – not least in contexts where information is not necessarily presented in a way that suits their individual LS preferences. In this presentation you will see how we as teachers can assist students in applying LS strategies that cater to their individual learning strengths. This will be based on general recommendations for HE teaching and learning supported by Constructivist learning theory and current basic knowledge of how the brain learns. The LS concept will thus be placed in a broader learning theoretical context as a strong learning and teaching tool. Participants will be offered the opportunity to have their own LS preferences established before the presentation.",
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