Module 2: Learning Styles and Teaching Strategies
At the end of Module 2, the preceptor will:
- Identify at least one strategy that preceptors can use while working with the student in a way that acknowledges his/her learning style
References for Module 2
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Learning styles of first-year undergraduate nursing and midwifery students: A cross-sectional survey utilising the Kolb Learning Style Inventory.Nurse Education Today 32 (5), 506-515.
Godfrey, P. (2009). Characteristics of successful and unsuccessful technical college students in online and face-to-face mathematics classes. Retrieved September, 2015 from http://www.public.iastate.edu/~laanan/ACTER/2010/manuscripts/CharacteristicsofSuccessfulandUnsuccessful_Final.pdf
Jackson, A., Gaudet, L., McDaniel, L., & Brammer, D. (2011).
Curriculum integration: The use of technology to support learning.
Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC).Retrieved from http://cluteinstitute.com/ojs/index.php/TLC/article/view/1127
Kolb, A. and Kolb. D.
Experiential learning theory. Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (2012): 1215-1219.
Lu, H. & Ming‐Jen, C
The impact of individual differences on e‐learning system satisfaction: A contingency approach. British Journal of Educational Technology 41.2 (2010): 307-323.