Students are different based on their ability in learning motivation levels, and how they respond to instructional practices. Once a teacher comprehends the learning differences of his/her learners, it becomes easier for them to design more effective or appropriate teaching methodology to resolve the different learning needs of their students. There are two different categories that have had important implications in teaching – learning process, including: different learning styles, and different methods (in taking in and processing information), learning approach, and intellectual development levels. This study focuses on the different learning styles. Learning style is defined as the student's consistent behaviour of responding to teaching activities and using stimuli in the context of teaching.
An educationist, writer and enriched consultant in the education field; He accommodates a wide range of experience in teacher education across East Africa. He has trained teachers in countries including; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda. He is, with specific emphasis passionate about transformational teaching and educational research.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Methods, teaching-learning, academic performance, English language
EDUCATION / General