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    Complete an Annotated Bibliography of five articles that you researched using Google or other online library that discuss learning styles and theories. Include in your answer a brief description (1-2 paragraphs) of each learning style. For instructions and examples of an Annotated Bibliography go to: http://www.library.cornell.edu/olinuris/ref/research/skill28.htm.

    Review the dominant learning style theories and the effects of experience on brain development.

    Learning Objective:
    Evaluate various learning styles and theories.

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    Terry, Marion. "Translating Learning Style Theory Into University Teaching Practices: An Article Based on Kolb's Experiential Learning Model." Journal of College Reading and Learning, Volume 32 ,(2001) p 68-85

    The article translates learning style theory into these university practices: classroom learning, group work, essay research writing instruction and exams. It is based on David Kolb's theory of experiential learning which emphasizes making meaning over experience. The author of the article notes recommendations for practice can be adapted to accomodate style delineations of other theorist's models.

    Cassidy, Simon. "Learning Styles: An overview of theories ,models and measures." Educational Psychology, Volume 24, (2004) p 419-444

    Research in the area of learning styles has been active for about 40 years. During that time the duration of intensity of activity has varied. There are a variety of disciplines from which the research is emerging. Research in the area of ...

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    The following solution contains an annotated bibliography of five professional journal articles on learning theories. Each entry also contains a brief description of each learning style.