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    A Comparative Study of the Learning Styles of Southeast Asian and American Caucasian College Students on Two Seventh-day Adventist Campuses Tertiary
    Problem: While much research has been conducted on learning style in the United States, no known empirical study has been done to compare the learning styles of Asian and Caucasian students on Seventh-day Adventist campuses. Therefore, the purpose of...

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    About cognitive competencies Grade 1-Lifelong
    The development of cognitive competencies in our students is a topic that is beginning to emerge strongly in our educational environment and many teachers are interested in knowing what these competencies are or what they consist of. Since there is not a complete...

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    Boys and Behaviour - Alternative Strategies that Support Boys with ADHD Preschool-Grade 12
    "Boys are diagnosed five times more often than girls with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and frequently medication has become the first option in addressing this condition. Many teachers find it difficult to cope with boys with ADHD due...

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    Cognitive Development and Learning Styles - Their Impact on Academic Performance Grade 9-Lifelong
    The cognitive development and learning styles of high school students at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León are examined as factors affecting their academic performance. The stratified random sample consisted of 374 students from 24 schools....

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    Concept, approach and learning references in university students Tertiary
    The following study aims to describe the behavior of the variables; concept of learning and preference for courses and teaching, as well as the relationship between them and student performance.

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    Contributions to the monitoring of learning in teaching processes Kindergarten-Grade 7
    It was elaborated to: show a possible development of the NAPs, to facilitate the teacher's task when making decisions about the knowledge that can be addressed, from year to year, progressively and with increasing depth, to explain and exemplify some of the...

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    Creating and using tests Grade 1-Lifelong
    There are certain guidelines to follow to create an objective exam. Test early and often: Gives more opportunities for success, providing feedback and reducing the penalty of extraneous factors.Write items immediately after covering the topic in class: Ensures...

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    Development of Mathematical Competence through Early Childhood Learning-to-Learn Programs Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The Organic Law of Education determines a series of basic competencies to generate a quality education. This requires the development of curricular materials that facilitate teachers' teaching in the acquisition of these competencies. The purpose of this study...

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    Different Learning for Different Learners - Adjusting the College Curriculum to Individual Needs Tertiary-Lifelong
    The traditional college curriculum needs re-examination. Students have many different learning styles, and lecturing does not reach all of them. Students need to learn how to assimilate new information in the way that is the most effective to them, whether...

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    Equity, inequity and higher education: learning from a pre-university for young people in adult education Tertiary-Lifelong
    The article presents and reflects on a set of lessons learned from an unprecedented experience in Chile: the organization of the first pre-university directed only to adult education students.

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    Evaluation of Teaching Practice. A review from Spain Grade 1-Lifelong
    The ways and conditions for the evaluation of teaching practice to promote improvement and, above all, its role in ensuring equity for all students in their right to education are analyzed. The evaluation of teaching performance should be aimed at enabling...

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    Intelligent? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Zayachkowski discusses two views on intelligence - testing and multiple intelligences - and discusses how they relate to learning styles and teaching.

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    Is Summer Over Yet? Getting Students Excited about Learning - and School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation provides meaningful and relevant learning experiences for students across the disciplines. Inspire students to own their academic journey with an attitude of empowerment.

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    Learning Around the Wheel - The Natural Learning Cycle in Action Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This is part 2 of a 2015 SDACC Teachers' Convention presentation. It includes a closer look at the learning cycle. Part 1 is entitled No Such Thing as Lazy - Or, Everyone is Motivated...

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    Learning assessment, alternative methods Grade 4-Lifelong
    Learning assessment is not a straight path to the goal; it is a search for the best way to get there, learning from mistakes and redefining strategies as we go along.

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    Learning outcomes in Latin America based on national assessments Grade 1-Lifelong
    This article analyzes and compares the school performance results of students in the last years of primary education and first grades of secondary education in 15 Latin American countries. It does so on the basis of information and data obtained from the reports...

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    Learning Project Grade 4-Grade 7
    In order to incorporate the family group of the students of Basic x to the activities related to endogenous development and to comply with the strategic lines dictated by the governing body in education, the Learning Project, "Knowing and conserving the...

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    Learning strategies Grade 10-Tertiary
    Conceptually, learning styles are understood as personal variables that, halfway between intelligence and personality, explain the different ways of approaching, planning and responding to the demands of learning. There are social models, information processing...

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    Learning style and the relationship with academic performance of architecture students at the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico Tertiary-Lifelong
    The purpose of the study was to determine the association between the predominant learning style of architecture students -as well as the subcategories presented by Alonso, Gallegos and Honey (active style, reflective style, theoretical style and pragmatic...

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    Learning Styles and Attitude Towards Online Education in Four Universities in the State of Nuevo León, Mexico Tertiary
    The present research sought to find a relationship between learning styles in university students who study online and their attitude towards online education. It also sought to determine the effects of gender and level of study on attitude towards online...

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    Learning styles in university students Tertiary-Lifelong
    Keefe (1982) defines learning styles as cognitive, affective and physiological traits that serve as relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact and respond to their learning environments. According to Honey and Mumford (1986), styles comprise...

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    Let's Teach Organization - Finding Time and Getting Things Done Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This article argues that organization skills must be taught to students if they are to overcome disorganization and learn time management. Included are specific practical suggestions for teaching organization including modeling organization in the classroom,...

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    Model of Association Between Learning Approaches and Learning Styles Tertiary
    Based on the need for empirical research to assess, integrate and create rational frameworks for the study of learning styles (Bedford, 2004; Cassidy, 2004; Coffield, Moseley, Hall, & Ecclestone, 2004), three theoretical models of association were proposed...

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    No Such Thing as Lazy - Or, Everyone is Motivated by Something! Kindergarten-Tertiary
    This is Part 1 of a 2015 SDACC Teachers' Convention presentation. It addresses the learning cycle and the four learning types. Part 2 is entitled Learning Around the Wheel.

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    Practical Ways to Improve Your Science Teaching Grade 7-Lifelong
    Many students who choose majors in engineering or science drop out of these programs after one year of college. Factors leading to high drop-out rates include: teaching atmosphere (enthusiasm, empathy, collaboration) and student development and learning (student...

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    Reflections and Perspectives on Higher Education in Latin America Grade 10-Lifelong
    Tuning-Latin America is a joint effort that seeks and builds languages and mechanisms for the reciprocal understanding of higher education systems that facilitate transnational and transregional recognition processes. It has been conceived as a space for reflection...

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    Relationships between learning style preferences of selected elementary pupils and their achievement in Math and Reading Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The purpose was to determine (1) which learning style elements, as characteristic of High and of Low Achievers in Math and in Reading, effectively discriminate between these groups, and (2) which learning style elements may be predictors of achievement in...

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    Self-esteem and Its Relationship to the Perception of Learning Grade 6-Tertiary
    The degree of association between self-esteem and learning presented by architecture students of the Universidad Autónoma de Montemorelos, Nuevo León (UANL), from August to December 2006, was investigated. A quantitative, descriptive, correlation...

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    Some reflections on the deficiencies in second language learning 0-2 years-Lifelong
    There are many reasons why a person would want to learn a second language. Undoubtedly expanding one's knowledge to other languages will bring many beneļ¬ts. As with any type of learning, it is important to find the learning methodology that is best for the...

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    Strings of questions Grade 7-Tertiary
    A good question usually leads to another question that is derived from the answer to the first one, and in this way chains or sequences of questions are formed from which greater benefit is obtained than from using isolated pre-questions (Vogler, 2005). But...

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    Students with Varying Levels of Mathematics in Elementary School Classrooms - A Multigrade Problem Grade 1-Grade 7
    In its current approach to the teaching of mathematics, elementary education requires that the student becomes an active agent in the educational process, that is, that he/she acquires a meaningful knowledge of his/her own and acquires a broader vision of...

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    Study of the Learning Styles Preference of Students of the Primary Education Degree Program of the Normal School Tertiary
    The present descriptive transversal research determines the preference of learning styles (active, reflective, theoretical and pragmatic) of the students of the Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education (LEP) of the Escuela Normal "Miguel F. Martínez"...

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    Styles Awareness Lesson Plan Grade 7-Grade 12
    A three day lesson plan, including worships and activities, about learning styles.

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    The Assessment of Learning of Young People and Adults Tertiary-Lifelong
    The assessment of learning of young people and adults is an area that requires a strong impetus to advance and thus respond to the growing needs of Adult Education policies to implement monitoring and evaluation systems. The results of learning assessments...

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    The Effects of Visual Learning - Now I See It Teaching Preschool-Grade 8
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation reviews the current research and literature supporting the model of multi-sensory teaching, with a special emphasis on visual and hands-on experiences. Teaching various subjects employing the use of puppetry,...

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    The First Thing to Think About is Thinking Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Practical suggestions for improving students' metacognitive skills by teaching them to re-assess their own methods of study and questioning. This article also addresses how help students conceptualize and improve their ability to retain information.

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    The New Nature of Learning and Assessment in the Context of Competence Development, European Challenges in 21st Century Education Grade 10-Lifelong
    Knowledge has substantially changed its nature and role in society during the course of the 20th century and has led to the need to modify from the beginning of this new century the relationship established with it in the educational framework, a fact that...

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    The rural school in Montemorelos Nuevo Leon, Mexico: a case study Grade 1-Grade 12
    This paper offers a description and reflection on the achievements and challenges of rural education in Montemorelos; work achieved through observation and the collection of oral data on the situational reality of the teacher, the student, the program and...

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    Tips for Motivating the Under-Achieving Student Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The best way for teachers to motivate their students is by being accepting, respecting, and genuinely caring, coupled with a program that teaches how to organize and persevere. A definition of underachievement, characteristics, and identification of underachievers,...

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    Transfer of Learning - Where Have We Failed? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Good teaching entails a variety of factors working together, interdependently, to ensure and enhance the learning of students. It is also true that good teachers make good students. Teachers who take the time and effort to deliberately effect positive...

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    Understanding Learning Styles: An Elephant-Sized Task Kindergarten-Lifelong
    This articles discusses issues related to learning styles to help teachers to understand what is known about the learning process as well as what still remains a mystery. The basic reason for researching learning styles is to enhance student learning by recognizing...

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    Validation of the Honey Alonso Questionnaire on Learning Styles in University Students Tertiary
    The validation of the Honey Alonso Questionnaire on Learning Styles (CHAEA) is based on a sample of 1,391 undergraduate students, taken from six universities in the city of Monterrey (Table 3). The statistical process used to determine the validity of the...

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    Why You Need to Be Savvy About Learning Styles Kindergarten-Grade 12
    As student populations become more diverse, educators need to use a variety of teaching methodologies in an effort to help students learn how they learn best. Dorothy Patterson shares insights on how important it is for teachers to understand and accommodate...