Twenty-first century learning is not merely using technology inside the classroom, but it is about knowing how students learn so that with or without the immediate presence of technology, learning does take place, still.

For teachers, knowing how their students learn, and for students, knowing how they learn indubitably impacts the learning process. Although, I could not really tell, yet, if identifying the student’s learning style and matching classroom design and teaching strategies to the learning style is directly related to student achievement.

Nonetheless, I believe that the students must have shared ownership and must even take the lead in the learning process. Hence, knowing their style can make learning easier, exciting, and edu-taining.


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