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MERLOT II


    

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Learning About Students

by Suzanne Stokes
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Description:
Learning objects in this area will help you learn about students as well as help students learn about themselves. These are primarily interactive sites that engage the user and stimulate thinking.

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1.

Index of Learning Styles


Added 07/28/2006
A very popular, easy to use learning styles questionnaire. Completed online, results are provided immediately following completion. Particular style preferences are explained; tools for maximizing learning based on learning style or style combinations are
2.

Learning Styles & Strategies


Added 07/28/2006
Once students have taken the Index to Learning Styles Questionnaire (http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html) and know their preferred learning styles, this site explains what the style categories mean and offers suggestions for learners to kn
3.

Learning Styles - Left or right brain dominance


Added 07/28/2006
A Flash animation of the characteristics of left brain and right brain learning traits; developed by Dr. Joan McMahon & John Perrelli.
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The Active Learning Site with VARK Learning Styles Inventory


Added 07/28/2006
VARK: A Guide to Learning Styles, is a questionnaire that provides users with a profile of their learning preferences. These preferences are about the ways that they want to take-in and give-out information. The acronym VARK stands for Visual, Aural, Read
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Learning Strategies Database


Added 07/28/2006
This site provides information on test-taking strategies, including pre-test, general strategies for any types of test, specific requirements of certain types of tests, and post-test evaluation of performance. The purpose of these strategies is to improve
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