Learning Styles Culture-based?

I’m doing a lot of reading lately on learning styles in preparation for a paper I’ll be presenting at PNSQC this fall (“Learning Styles and Exploratory Testing”). This (so far) has focused primarily on the Felder-Silverman learning style model (where students are marked on 4 or 5 continua (active-reflective, visual-verbal, global-sequential, sensing-intuitive, and inductive-deductive)). I’ll […]

How to make up for missing learning styles skills

Another thing that Felder mentions multiple times in his papers are that while each person has preferred learning styles, succeeding professionally requires skills in all aspects (e.g., both visual and verbal skills). How can someone who has come through the school system and never developed skills in a particular aspect (due to an education that […]