At Knewton, we talk about learning strategies instead of learning styles, but the idea is the same. We think of strategies in the game theory sense, as something a person does whether she intends or not.
A learning strategy is a student’s learning path, whether deliberate or not, through particular content, and the resulting learning outcomes. And Knewton can measure the effects of these strategies, to the percentile, for every student, at the concept level.
Via Nik Peachey, Lou Salza