Revisiting Learning Styles

Jay Cross reposts a note because “some people have still not gotten the message:” :o)

http://www.internettime.com/2013/04/learning-styles-ha-ha-ha-ha/

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One comment on “Revisiting Learning Styles

  1. birdwell says:

    I see the desire to believe in learning styles. There is a hope for optimizing instruction and making it student-centered. But by focusing so much effort on optimizing and customization, I can’t help but feel energies are just stolen from other areas, like ensuring good content. I also don’t think it’s such a bad idea for learners to engage materials and ideas in different formats rather than have them constantly arranged in the smoothest way possible. There is something to be learned from learning in different ways.

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