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Emotional Reactions

Emotional Reactions

November 03, 2010 Andrea Honigsfeld

Dear ILSN members, I am excited to participate in the ILSN Blog this week. One of my areas of expertise is English Language Learning (ELL) so I thought I would share the following two articles with you. I hope that you and your students benefit from the shared information.

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Learning Styles: Researcher versus User Perspectives

Learning Styles: Researcher versus User Perspectives

October 11, 2010 Susan Rundle

The following quote is from an article published in Psychological Science in the PUBLIC INTEREST CONTENTS; Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence; Authors Harold Pashler, Mark McDaniel, Doug Rohrer, and Robert Bjork...

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Learning Styles - much more than many think

Learning Styles - much more than many think

September 19, 2010 Ole Lauridsen

It's a privilege to be one of the first bloggers on the new website of the ILSN – what a fabulous improvement btw. I do hope that this blog will develop and thrive in the time to come, for learning is undoubtedly the most important fuel of the knowledge society. Without learning no knowledge and without knowledge no progress. The days of rote learning and ‘comatose’ routine work are long gone, and all the time we have to adapt to a world in constant change. Learning makes the world go round – a cliché, admittedly, but nevertheless true.

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Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to our new website!

September 10, 2010 Susan Rundle

While this is officially the Expert’s Column, it is with enthusiasm that we launch the new ILSN web site!

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