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Diversity & Generational Learning Styles in the Classroom

April 3, 2012
This is a resource for educators versus a tool for using in the classroom. I refer to this all the time when teaching my own classes. This is a chart I made based on Julie Coates book “Generational Learning Styles.” Each learner is unique, but so is each generation unique. Knowing how to facilitate learning based on your students generational learning styles can be an invaluable resource. I hope you enjoy! 🙂

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