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  • “Sternberg and Wagner developed a thinking styles inventory that identifies several thinking styles and sub-categories of thinking styles based on their research in self-governing using political terminology” (Bishop & Foster, p. 126).“Sternberg (1997) defined style as “a preferred way of thinking. It is not ability, but rather how we use the abilities we have (Bishop & Foster, p. 124).”
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    1. 1. Thinking Styles:Optimizing Online Learning Presented By Christinia Scott
    2. 2. Benefits of online learningSternberg-Wagner Thinking Style Inventory Who should know students thinking style?Benefits of knowing student’s thinking styles
    3. 3. •InternalScope •External •LiberalLeaning •Conservative
    4. 4. • Individuals do things theirLegislative own way. • Individuals like to followExecutive rules. • Individuals like to evaluate Judicial rules.
    5. 5. Program designers and faculty benefit from knowing student’s thinking styles. Program designers and faculty should plancurriculum according to students thinking styles. Program designers and faculty should delivercurriculum according to students thinking styles.
    6. 6. Knowing students Help thinking Students students styles will be fully discoverincreases engaged in how theystudent’s the course. learn best.academic success.
    7. 7. Benefits of online learning Sternberg-Wagner Thinking Style Inventory Who should know students thinking style?Benefits of knowing student’s thinking styles
    8. 8. Foster, C. B. (2011). Thinking Styles Maximizing Online Supported Learning. J.Educational Computing Research, 121-139.

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