Learning styles in the Philippines

Wallace, James
June 1995
Education;Summer95, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p552
Academic Journal
Examines the learning style preferences of elementary students in the Philippines. Administration of the Learning Style Inventory (LSI) of Dunn, Dunn and Price; Learning style preferences of Filipino students; Students as visual and kinesthetic; Occurrence of best learning atmosphere.


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