A Personal Journey through Preferred Learning Styles
An essay written by a creative practitioner who undertook action research into students' preferred learning styles and creativity.
By Hannah Joyce, from Learning About Learning, 2006.
This essay is written by a creative practitioner who undertook action research as part of her involvement in the Preferred Learning Styles and Creativity programme in 2003-5.
Hannah Joyce describes the challenges as a practitioner working within a learning styles framework in a special school and discusses the techniques she has developed as a drama facilitator to cater for different pupil needs. The essay sheds light on how she intends on taking this learning forward in her practice, seemingly blurring the lines between teacher and practitioner.