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Special Interest Groups: Learning Styles

There is no contact for this SIG at this time.

Statement of Purpose of ATE Learning Styles SIG:
The Learning Styles Special Interest Group (SIG) of The Asssociation of Teacher Educators is committed to encouraging, conducting, and sharing research about identifying and accommodating the learning styles of students in all disciplines.  This research may be qualitative or quantitative, and emphasize relevance, strategies, and/or theories.

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