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Learning Styles in Different Cultures

By Jasmijn van Huis

Abstract

How much does culture influence learning styles and what does this mean for Intercultural teaching? This article describes a research that was conducted in Norway and South Africa for which secondary school pupils were asked to fill in a learning styles test. The results showed that learning styles of pupils in both countries were remarkably alike. Contrary to this, the difference between pupils and teachers was much bigger. \ud This article is not only intended for Intercultural teachers that wish to learn more about the influence of culture on pupil's learning styles but also holds interesting information for those people who intend to use a learning styles test in their research

Topics: General, Learning styles, cultural differences
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/31883
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