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Center News: ASB Learning Styles Lab

April 25, 2011

Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University
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Building Excellence® Qualification (BEQ) Program Denmark, 15-17 August 2011

April 25, 2011

BEQ is for educators, staff/employee trainers, consultants/trainers, managers in business and education, or individuals who wish to enhance their understanding of the application and implementation of learning and working styles.

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Rita's Response To The Coffield Report

January 25, 2011

The International Learning Style Network (ILSN) has chosen to publish Professor Rita Dunn's response to the Coffield Report. While it has been a number of years since it first was written, we feel that it is appropriate for all interested parties to have an opportunity to review Professor Dunn's response. We believe you will conclude your review with a positive outlook on the Dunn and Dunn Learning Styles Model. This response took Professor Dunn six weeks to complete. She gave much thought to her personal comments and chose to include them; thus you will find her original document intact.

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Newsletter Naming Contest Winner – Feb 15th

January 24, 2011

First, the ILSN would like to take this opportunity to thank those of you who submitted a name for our Newsletter. We have some stellar submissions that make the selection process challenging. The winner will be announced by the 15 February 2011. Again, our sincerest appreciation.

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The World's Largest Learning Styles Project

November 23, 2010

By Jacob Brix, project manager at ASB LEARNING STYLES LAB, Aarhus University, Denmark

In 2009 the Municipality of Aarhus, Denmark began the largest learning styles project ever. With this five-year project, the municipal Department of Children and Youth (C&Y) wants to introduce its approximately 10,000 teachers to the Dunn & Dunn learning styles model. The teachers are first introduced to learning styles and Building Excellence and then taught how to use the Dunn & Dunn model in their pedagogical practice.

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