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Study: 'Learning styles' aren't a reliable way to categorize students

from Education Week

For years, psychologists and neuroscientists have questioned the idea of "learning styles" — the theory that students can process information best when teachers tailor instruction to students' strengths. These frameworks often rely on grouping students into categories, like auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learners, or concrete versus abstract learners. Now, a new study in Frontiers in Education offers further evidence that these designations may be unreliable: When it comes to an individual student's preferred learning style, teachers and students don't agree on how students learn best. more

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