The Complete Guide to the Learning Styles Inservice System
Renowned experts on learning styles, Drs. Rita and Kenneth Dunn show staff developers how to use teachers' learning styles in in-service programs so they can model alternative strategies for their students. Step-by-step procedures help in-service coordinators assist in retraining professional teachers.
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A Totally New System of Inservice Rita Dunn
Lack of Support and FollowThrough after Inservice
Reliance on Individuals Rather Than Groups
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