Congratulations MSW Program Director, Dr. Todd Tedrow for publishing:
Student learning styles: Implications for interprofessional education program design
This cross-sectional, exploratory, quantitative research project investigated differences in students’ learning styles across multiple academic disciplines. The Grasha-Reichmann Student Learning Style Scales (GRSLSS) was selected which presents six learning styles: independent, avoidant, collaborative, dependent, competitive, and participant. Surveys were administered to students (N = 448) registered in professional preparatory programs (n = 6) at a Midwest regional commuter-based campus. Results support the need for interprofessional education initiatives to be developed from a student-centered perspective where the attributes of learners are interwoven – explicitly and implicitly, into the learning experience.
Tedrow, T., & Anderson, J. (2020). Student learning styles: Implications for interprofessional education program design. Advances in Educational Research and Evaluation, 2(1), 101-112. https://doi.org/10.25082/AERE.2021.01.002