The Resource The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education, Jan Stewart

The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education, Jan Stewart

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The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education
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The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education
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Jan Stewart
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eng
Summary
Argues that cultural awareness should be used appropriately for further the effectiveness of communication between all educational stakeholders; discusses the issue of relating learning styles to cultural traits which may marginalise Indigenous students within mainstream education
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Stewart, Jan
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The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education, Jan Stewart
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http://www.uq.edu.au/ATSIS/ajie/contents/30_2.html
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Bibliography p.18-19
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M0009544
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The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education, Jan Stewart
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http://www.uq.edu.au/ATSIS/ajie/contents/30_2.html
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p.18-19
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M0009544

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