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Center News: International Learning Styles Australasia

April 25, 2011

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ILSA Launches New Learning Styles Website! International Learning Styles Australasia (ILSA), a permanent member of the ILSN Board, is proud to announce the launch of a vibrant new website www.ilsa-learning-styles.com. The site also unveils ILSA's fresh new logo and a new slogan: We take learning personally.

Co-directors Charlotte Humphrey (New Zealand), Sue Woolfe (Aus) and Edwin Mok (Australia and Hong Kong) are delighted with the new site, which has been designed to promote ILSA's Learning Styles training services and the Ready Read Succeed™ learning-styles-based early literacy program.

Visitors to www.ilsa-learning-style.com learn about the value of being trained in the Dunn and Dunn Model and the importance of recognizing and acknowledging individual learning strengths and preferences. They also discover the many benefits of learning-style approaches to teaching, learning, study and assessment. Numerous testimonials attest to the advantages of learning-styles programs.

Teachers and parents love the fact that they can purchase online our delightful, research-based Ready Read Succeed™ reading books and learning-style activities. Written and designed by speech pathologists and teachers Sue Woolfe and Marilyn Costello, the materials inspire a love of reading and rapidly develop children's early literacy skills.

A visit to the About Us page at www.ilsa-learning-style.com reveals the importance of ILSA's close relationship with the International Learning Styles Network and reinforces the ILSN mission statement. Visitors can click on a link to www.learningstyles.net to find out more about the ILSN. ILSA plans to expand the site to include articles and other contributions from learning styles authorities and advocates. If you would like to recommend quality learning-style publications or blog entries, please contact us at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . We'd love to hear from you. Also, please feel free to pass on our web address to your friends and professional contacts. We'd love to hear from them, too! We take learning personally