Information Technology and Learning Styles

Daskalovska, Nina and Ivanovska, Biljana (2011) Information Technology and Learning Styles. The VI International Balkan Congress for Education and Science: The modern society and education. ISSN 978-9989-823-33-6


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Students differ in the way they learn. Some students want to see the material in order to learn it, while others need only to hear it. Some students want to have some time to think and reflect on the new materials, while others prefer to do some physical activity related to it. Some students would rather work alone, while others want to talk and share their ideas with other students. As teachers we have to be aware of this fact and provide conditions for learning for all kinds of learners, which means that we have to employ a wide range of techniques and activities to cater for the needs of all learners. Using technology is one of the ways to address the different learners‟ needs because it makes it possible to combine many elements so that learners with different styles can benefit from the same activity. This paper discusses the possibilities that information technology offers for satisfying the needs of learners with different learning styles, which is one of the aims of modern education.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Educational Science
Depositing User: Nina Daskalovska
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2012 14:20
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2013 12:23

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