Practical Approaches to Using Learning Styles in Higher Education

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ANN C. BRAIO is Director of Special Education, Yonkers Public Schools, New York, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education, Manhattan College, Riverdale, New York.

ROBIN A. BOYLE is Assistant Legal Writing Professor, St. John's University's School of Law, where she has been teaching Legal Research and Writing since 1994. She also is Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fordham University's College of Liberal Studies, where she has been teaching lawrelated courses in political science and English since 1993.

KAREN BURKE is Assistant Professor, Child Study Department, St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn, New York. She is the author of five chapters, six articles, and Learning Style: The Clue to You!--the first global-format learning-styles identification instrument for middle school students.

E. L. DECKINGER is Distinguished Visiting Professor, Department of Advertising and Marketing, College of Business Administration, St. John's University, New York. As noted in his chapter, he is a "fugitive from 45 years on Madison Avenue." Since 1982, he has been "seeking absolution by serving penance through teaching about advertising."

LAURA SHEA DOOLAN is a doctoral teaching assistant and candidate, Instructional Leadership Doctoral Program, Division of Administrative and Instructional Leadership, St. John's University, New York.

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