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Why educators have problems with some students: Understanding frames of preference

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Some educators believe that if they do their jobs properly, all their students will learn, and school will be a happy, productive and comfortable place for everybody. The reality is that not everyone has the same preferences - for teaching and learning. Recounts research that shows what the differences are between educators and students who might be characterized at-risk. Also included are administrative implications.
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Keywords: Communications; Learning Styles; Students

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 1999

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