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Who Are Students At Risk of Academic Failure and How Should We Teach Them?
What Is Learning Style?
Teaching Global Students Globally
Redesigning Classrooms for Increased Comfort and Concentration
Teaching Tactual Students Tactually
Teaching Kinesthetic Students Kinesthetically
Teaching Peer-Motivated Students with Small-Group Techniques
Teaching At-Risk Students with Contract Activity Packages
Teaching Visual/Tactual Students Who Need Structure with Programmed Learning Sequences
Teaching Unmotivated Students with Multi-Sensory Instructional Packages
Experimenting with Learning-Style Instructional Strategies in Practitioner-Oriented Steps
Research on the Dunn and Dunn Learning-Styles Model: How Do We Know It Works?
How Schools, Parents, and Courts Can Respond to Federal Law and Improve Classroom Teaching for At-Risk Students Robin A. Boyle Boyle, Robin A.