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Learning Styles - Left or right brain dominance

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Arianna Dorschel (Student), Feb 24, 2010
Comment: This site offered self-assessment tools that can be used to characterize right and left brain functionality. The learning style sites that were used were useful, interactive and offered different styles of self-reflection. Although the sites did not go into too much scientific research in terms of the different learning styles, they did offer a brief introductory glimpse into the different styles and they were well organized. The learning tools that are offered on this site can be used with a wide range of audiences, varying from undergraduate students to graduate students. The materials offered on this site captured a nice visualization effect to the subject matter at hand. I believe the materials offered on this site would be great introductory tools to learning assessment.

Technical Remarks:

The 'Right and Left Brain Inventories' link did not open.