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New Students--New Learning Styles.

作者: Charles C Schroeder
版本/格式: 文章 文章 : English
刊登於:Change, v25 n5 p21-26 Sep-Oct 1993
資料庫:ERIC ERIC資料庫為美國教育部所創建。
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Research on college student learning styles and characteristics suggests that new, nontraditional students prefer a different kind of learning than did traditional students and that expanding the repertoire of learning activities used in college instruction can increase student learning and faculty satisfaction. (MSE)
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Charles C Schroeder
ISSN:0009-1383
語言註釋: English
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Research on college student learning styles and characteristics suggests that new, nontraditional students prefer a different kind of learning than did traditional students and that expanding the repertoire of learning activities used in college instruction can increase student learning and faculty satisfaction. (MSE)

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