Review of Learning styles, classroom instruction, and student achievement


  • Kassandra R. Spurlock Arizona State University


Author Biography

Kassandra R. Spurlock, Arizona State University

Kassandra R. Spurlock is a doctoral student at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Prior to entering the doctoral program, Kassandra spent over 13 years as a school principal, instructional coach, and teacher supporting students with emotional disabilities and other special needs. Broadly, her research interests involve special education and juvenile justice.


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How to Cite

Spurlock, K. R. (2023). Review of Learning styles, classroom instruction, and student achievement. Education Review, 30.



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