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Title: The Let Me Learn Process® : a robust theory with practical implications
Authors: Calleja, Colin
Keywords: Learning
Education -- Research
Active learning
Educational change
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: MORLACCHI University Press
Citation: Calleja, C. (2010). The Let Me Learn Process®: a robust theory with practical implications. Vega Journal, 6(3), 1-22.
Abstract: This paper reviews a learning system that has withstood empirical tests of its theoretical and psychometric robustness. The system includes both an instrument that serves as an important tool to launch the process as well as a system of skills that empower learners to interact effectively with the learning environment and ensure successful learning. This article traces critical reviews of published learning styles models and juxtaposes them with research conducted on the Let Me Learn Process to test the robustness of the theory that supports it. The author contends that the Let Me Learn Process has a strong theoretical and psychometric base thus giving what it claims to give, namely, a robust and inclusive theoretical foundation, a comprehensive lexicon of terms that provide a means of communicating one’s experience of learning, an explanation of learning which fosters a learner’s responsibility, and finally empirical evidence revealing a measurable difference in the behaviour of learners.
ISSN: 18260128
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