" Each man is good in the sight of the Great Spirit. It is not necessary for eagles to be crows. "
--------(Sitting Bull, Tatanka Yotanka, Lakota Chief, late 19th Century)
"....in every class we have ever tested, there are students who prefer to learn by themselves with appropriate resources, others who prefer to learn with peers, and some who wish to work directly with their teachers."
--------Dunn, Beaudry, and Klavas
A. The diversity of learning styles which our students bring to the classroom can be confusing and the most effective path of action can be ambiguous.
B. How can knowledge of learning styles be usefully incorporated into the agricultural classroom?
learning styles, student achievement, psychology