Learning styles of at-risk students

Hanson, J. Robert; Silver, Harvey F.
November 1991
Music Educators Journal;Nov91, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p30
Academic Journal
Asserts that by restructuring the approaches used by teachers to address the learning styles of all students, music educators can develop an approach to music teaching which reaches every student and contributes significantly to their development. Information on the Jungian-based system used for the classification of learning styles; Description of the characteristics of dominant learners; Details on learning styles.


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