Learning Preferences

This course is an introduction to designing and delivering instruction to appeal to a variety of learning preferences.  Most persons have a preferred learning style.  In many cases persons naturally teach in the way that they prefer to learn.  But no one teaching style appeals across a variety of learning styles.  This course will contain examples of good practice for incorporating various instructional strategies into your courses so that the content is presented in a way to appeal across the spectrum of learning preferences.  At the professional education level adult learners are expected to have experience adapting to multiple teaching styles, but when we can design our instruction to more easily being consumed by most learners this barrier to learning can be reduced.