Corazon asks: How do learning styles relate to academic performance?

Above question asked by an visitor after reading the article, "Teaching Tips for Different Learning Styles":
In Topics: School and Academics, Learning styles and differences
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May 13, 2009
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Better than any answer I could give you, here is the information of the expert on this topic. Dr. Mel Levine, MD, "A Mind At A Time", He is the Founder of the " All Kinds OF Minds Institute" Located in North Calolina. This man has devoted his life to explaining and assisting with different learning styles and how we can best serve our childrens learning styles. I advise you to get the book at the Library or buy a copy for your own keeping and reference.
Barbara Antinoro
Educational Counselor
Kid Angel Foundation Team

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maestrasasha writes:
Learning challenges can be directly tied to the interaction between the learner and the environment. If a teacher's instructional style does not match her student's learning style than there is a mismatch and learning is NOT optimal. Most teachers’ instructional style is their learning style. If teachers understand this, instruction is improved ... if students understand their learning style ... they can think about their thinking and improve their academic performance. I agree - read Dr. Levine's book!
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