The resource explores different education approaches to preferred learning styles. A series of commentaries and reflections are gathered in the publication as well as a toolkit of lesson activities.
The publication came as a result of an action research programme developed by Creative Partnerships London East and South from 2003 and 2005. The programme involved ten schools and a range of creative partners.
The aims of Preferred Learning Styles and Creativity are reflected on this publication including the increase of knowledge about creative approaches to teaching and learning and the development of a process aimed at strengthening the knowledge for good practice.
The resource also comes with a toolkit of teaching and studying resources, including activities and assessments.
About the programme
The Preferred Learning Styles and Creativity action research programme focussed on understanding young people's learning, providing teachers and creative practitioners in East and South London with the opportunity to explore collaboratively the ways in which their combined practices can support preferred learning styles in classrooms.