Is it best to adjust instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles, or should students experience and be encouraged to participate in activities that require learning styles other than those they naturally prefer? In other words, if a child s preferred learning style is visual and field independent (prefers to work alone), should all instruction be based on visual, independent activities, or should the student also be accountable for participation in group activities that incorporate other modes of learning (for example, bodily/kinesthetic, auditory, and so forth)?

What factors influence how educational experiences of boys differ from educational experiences of girls? Respond to a classmate s post from the perspective of either a school aged boy or girl; identify which perspective your present, and explain why you agree or disagree with your classmate s post.

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Is it best to adjust instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles, or should students experience and be encouraged to participate in activities that require learning styles other than those they naturally prefer? In other words, if a child s preferred learning style is visual and field independent (prefers to work alone), should all instruction be based on visual, independent activities, or should the student also be accountable for participation in group activities that incorporate other modes of learning (for example, bodily/kinesthetic, auditory, and so forth)?

What factors influence how educational experiences of boys differ from educational experiences of girls? Respond to a classmate s post from the perspective of either a school aged boy or girl; identify which perspective your present, and explain why you agree or disagree with your classmate s post.

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