Educational Research & Development

(ISSN: 2360-9494)

July 2014, Vol.2 (4).

© Author(s) 2014. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Research Article

 

Matching Learning Styles with Teaching Methods: Integrating Social Studies, Mathematics, and Art Using Simulation Games

Dr. Willie McNeill, Jr.1 & Robert Arndt2

1Professor
Department of Professional Pedagogy and Research,
University of North Carolina at Pembroke,
PO Box 1510

2Reference/Instructional Services Librarian
University of North Carolina at Pembroke,
PO Box 1510

Accepted 23 June, 2014; Available Online 8 July, 2014.

Abstract:

Teaching a population of diverse learners in the 21stCentury, learning styles may be as unique as handwriting. It is the teacher's responsibility to learn these styles and match individual instruction to meet the needs of each individual student. A survey was conducted in a local high school social studies class to determine the preference of a learning style.





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