Teacher’s Journal – Session 4 - Inclusive Learning, Individual Learning Styles (VA(R)K and PRAT Analyses)
by Peter Buckley on Sep 17, 2009
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NOTE: This is an original and personal journal entry that ‘cites’ the work of others in a “Bibliography” (see below). A Bibliography like mine is one way of giving authors credit for their ...
NOTE: This is an original and personal journal entry that ‘cites’ the work of others in a “Bibliography” (see below). A Bibliography like mine is one way of giving authors credit for their work. A Bibliography can take many forms; there are various different styles. However you choose to do this in your own writing, it’s the “giving credit” that’s important. If you wish to quote me, or use my original elements for inspiration, please acknowledge this source using the information above and the address of this website, as I have acknowledged my sources. This way, you will not be infringing copyright or plagiarising. Also, if you like anything you see here, I’d be grateful if you could drop me a line or leave a comment. Information about citing (a.k.a. referencing) is abundant on the internet – try http://www.essex.ac.uk/myskills/skills/referencing/referencingSkills.asp by Essex University, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citation by Wikipedia Contributors, or the automatic bibliography maker at http://www.easybib.com/, by ImagineEasy Solutions.
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