Category Archives: Learning Styles

Learning Styles DON’T Exist??

Most people assume that there is scientific evidence supporting the idea of learning styles. Apparently, there isn’t. If you compare the results of people using their preferred style or another preferred style, you should see some difference in the effectiveness … Continue reading

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Learning Styles – Infographic

This infographic summarizes the Learning Styles issue, concluding that content should drive mode of presentation and that there is no correlation between learning style and successful learning. Infographic: The Myth of Learning Styles Infographic, Deconstructing the Myth of Learning Styles

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Learning Styles vs Academic Ability – a Study

This study investigated whether planning lesson around learning styles improved student performance, compared to planning lessons on the basis of academic ability. It found that planning lessons based around learning style preferences is no more effective for student achievement than … Continue reading

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