St. John’s University
Division of Administrative and Instructional Leadership
Education 7120, Spring 1999
Learning-Styles Research, Theory, and Practical Applications
Professor Rita Dunn, Ed.D.
Office: 208 Marillac Hall
Jamaica, NY 11439 (718-990-6335/6)
web site: www.learningstyles.net
Home: (914) 764-8266
1. Describe (a) at least five (5) learning-style models, (b) the pioneer(s) who developed each model, (c) at least two (2) biographical facts about each of the pioneers, (d) the major components of each model, (e) which models are “comprehensive” and which include only one or two variables on a bi-polar continuum, and (f) the ways in which the models are similar to and different from each other.
(Complete one Activity Alternative and its paired Reporting Alternative for the fourth class session.)
1. Develop PowerPoint slides or overhead transparencies that describe five (5) learning-style models, the pioneers who developed them, the major components of each model, whether or not the model is comprehensive, and the ways in which the models are similar to and different from each other.
1. Present your resource to a small group of 3–4 in class during the fourth session. Request a foursentence rhyming poem that evaluates your presentation.