Reading and writing results indicated significant achievement ( p ac .001) within both groups, with a very large effect size for reading (Partial Eta Squared value of .553). Pretest attitudinal differences between the groups were statistically significant (pHowever, neither the experimental nor control group evinced a more positive attitude for either treatment method. ... Taylora#39;s (1999) focus on staff development involved the effects of teaching about learning styles with the use of learning- style responsive instructional materials. ... However, those with auditory preferences scored more highly on the attitudinal scale toward traditional teaching than otheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Effects of Traditional- Versus Learning-style Instructional Strategies on Community-college Students' Achievement in and Attitudes Toward Developmental Reading and Writing|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|