Chapter 8 - Applications
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AbstractThis chapter presents practical applications for incorporating learning styles and personality characteristics into science and engineering instruction. It includes an example of “teaching around the learning cycle” to appeal to all four learning styles in Kolb’s model, as well as examples of participation activities likely to appeal to individuals with different personality characteristics. The chapter concludes with considerations for teaching library instruction/information literacy to science classes, undergraduate engineering classes, graduate engineering classes, engineering design classes, and online classes.

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