Editor’s note: Dr Tesia Marshik, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, gets stuck into why learning styles are a myth, something she touched upon at this week’s Learning technologies Conference.
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Editor’s note: Another article that shows that the idea we have learning styles is not based on any evidence. The idea just won’t go away and many learning professionals continue to hold on to it. Why is that?
Editor’s note: Another piece debunking learning styles and other approaches to learning that we see used in organisations. This article is aimed at teachers – these approaches to learning are alive and well in both schools and places of work.
Editor’s note: This looks at (and for!) the academic research and evidence to support the idea that teaching to someone’s learning style is more effective. There is very little evidence to support this notion.
Editor’s note: A well referenced article by Steve Wheeler on why not to get hung up on learning styles.
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Prompted by a tweet during his session at the Charity Learning Conference 2012, Peter Honey…