Accomodating multiple learning styles
Scope is another aspect of learning style which must be considered when developing appropriate teaching activities.
Scope refers to either an internal or external orientation in a person’s learning.
Sternberg thinks that many educators are understandably confused by the term ‘learning style’ because it has been used to mean many different things.
The judicial function is concerned with judging, evaluating and comparing.
Students generally do better on an assignment when it matches their preferred style of thinking and learning.