Engage students by teaching lessons in different formats

12/22/2009 | TweenTeacher.com

Recent research suggests that different learning styles might not exist, but a teacher writes in this blog post that her own experience shows that they do. "Students need to know how to compete in many different forums, and they need to learn to listen and respond in many different formats," she writes. "So you must deliver in many different ways. It's the more difficult way to teach, but it's the more effective way to reach the most students."

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