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"Education consultant Jane Kise's recent study showed that learners with different cognitive styles have significantly different approaches to math. But what does this mean for teachers? Kise answers this question with an exploration of Jungian learning styles -- you may remember these concepts from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator -- four ways of learning, and how learning preferences apply to teaching math in her recent Educational Leadership article. Kise takes this conversation one step further in her recent Inservice blog post on how learning styles determine which activities will motivate students."
Let Me Learn My Own Way

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Tags: Myers-Brigg, cognitive, learning, math, motivate, students, styles, teaching


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