Book offers resources for adapting to students' learning styles

09/12/2010 | NewsDurhamRegion.com (Oshawa, Ontario)

A former Canadian principal has written a book outlining how teachers should alter their instruction to suit individual learning styles. In his book, Ed Dixon provides several ways teachers can adapt lessons to meet individual learning needs. For example, Dixon writes about students who learn best when lessons involve movement, suggesting "still life" exercises where students pose to act out scenes from novels or historic events.

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