The Computer Determination of Learning Styles as an Aid to Individualized Computer-Based Training
Educational and Training Technology International Volume 26, Number 4,
Discussion of individual learning styles focuses on a study of 13-year-old students in the United Kingdom that investigated the development of a computer-presented test of verbal-imagery learning styles. Ability grouping and test performance results are described, and implications for computer-based training (CBT) are discussed. (six references) (LRW)
Riding, R.J. The Computer Determination of Learning Styles as an Aid to Individualized Computer-Based Training. Educational and Training Technology International, 26(4), 393.
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