Learning Styles Research: Study Questions
Learning Styles: Scientists have yet to prove that students learn better when taught according to their preferred modality, a new study suggests
Learning Styles: By Meris Stansbury, Associate Editor, January 8th, 2010
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As educators struggle to define effective 21st-century instruction, one practice that many have viewed as fundamental to teaching and learning has come under new fire: catering to different learning styles.
According to a new review of existing research, scientists have yet to show conclusively that students learn better when they are taught according to their preferred modality—and the study’s authors say it’s time to stop funding a technique that hasn’t been proven effective.
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