In this episode, Scott and Michael discuss what “learning styles” means according to differing definitions of some researchers and website articles, dig into background of the idea of learning styles, discuss why the idea of learning styles is so widely accepted by some today, discuss why the idea is wrong, discuss how to think about the issue, and offer some suggestions on how to think about learning correctly.
Learning styles: where does the idea come from? what does it mean? is it useful? does it make education better? are learning styles real? In this episode, we answer those questions.
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