Ways of Learning: Teachers’ Perspectives on American Indian Learning Styles

Nov 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 8-3: Ceremony, Research
By Thomas D. Peacock and Linda Miller Cleary, University of Minnesota, Duluth

Past research has indicated that the learning styles of American Indian students share many common traits. In this new study, teachers warn of the danger of overgeneralizing the findings of limited studies to entire tribal nations. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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