Other Redfame Journals Applied Finance and Accounting Business and Management Studies Journal of Education and Training Studies International Journal of Contemporary Education International Journal of English and Cultural Studies International Journal of Law and Public Administration Students prefer to learn in different ways.
These learning preferences are commonly known as learning styles.
This variety in learning styles among students suggests that instructors should teach their course materials in different ways to cater to different learning styles.
In addition, according to (Nilson 2010), when our society is concerned with fairness and equality, teaching to different styles is a main facet of equity.
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Kerry Mullan, Australia Kerry Mullan coordinates and teaches French as a foreign language at a university in Australia.
She is interested in French and Anglo-Australian interactional styles and discourse analysis.
This article is based on an experience of classroom observation and peer review undertaken in 2008.
E-mail: [email protected] Introduction Learning Styles Other Observations Conclusion References A recent experience of peer review and observation undertaken for a Graduate Certificate in University Teaching qualification was both highly rewarding and interesting, and I would like to share my observations with others.