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RODRIGUEZ CEPEDA, Rodrigo. The learning models of kolb, honey and mumford: implications for science education. sophia [online]. 2018, vol.14, n.1, pp.51-64. ISSN 1794-8932.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18634/sophiaj.14v.1i.698.

This paper shows a reflexive analysis about two models of learning founded on the premise that each person learns differently, this subject has been widely discussed and still has great potential for research in education, in this sense, the reflexion focuses on the models proposed by David Kolb, which focuses on the idea that learning is experiential and Honey and Mumford, who assume learning fully articulated in four steps. In both cases an ideal opportunity for learning to be successful sequence, also define a learning styles as people inherent characteristics is proposed. With these concepts critical to identify similarities and differences between the two models and some implications for science education proposed analysis arises, it is expected to encourage researchers to propose new initiatives working in this field of knowledge.

Keywords : Learning; learning science; learning chemistry.

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