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“…w28 It may therefore be useful for medical educational programmes to teach students how to use the more successful study skills. 20 21…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
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“…w28 It may therefore be useful for medical educational programmes to teach students how to use the more successful study skills. 20 21…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…Although there is some benefit to matching teaching style to learners' dominant styles (Highfield, 1988;Rezler & Resmovic, 1981), there is also research to show that providing creative teaching/learning style mismatches, which requires students to experience the less dominant qualities of their learning styles, stimulates learning and flexibility in learning (Grasha, 1981;Partridge, 1983;Baker et al, 1988Cavanagh & Coffin, 1994Kowoser & Berman, 1996). If teachers always match a learner's preferred style, it is highly probable that learners will Short communication become bored with the learning environment.…”
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“…Since learning is best done contextually [1,2] it is appropriate and necessary that medical training also increasingly occur in the ambulatory setting. Theory suggests that trainees at different levels [3-8] and in different specialties [3,6,9-11] may have different learning needs. Students early in their training may be looking to be taught certainties about facts and concepts, corresponding to Perry's concept of simple dualism, ie; right versus wrong, and to not find it helpful to be engaged in discussions about "softer" emotional and social issues [5].…”
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