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Learning Styles: Why "One Size Fits All" Doesn't Work

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The Myth of Learning Styles Infographic
from BroadyEdTech

The Myth of Learning Styles Infographic

Teaching children in their preferred learning style could improve learning outcomes. This approach is commonly justified in terms of brain function, despite educational and scientific evidence demonstrating that the learning style approach is not helpful.

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from Are You There, God? It's Me, Generation X.

STEM to STEAM: There's More Than One Kind of Smart

We all know that teaching with our students' learning styles in mind is important. Have you ever considered teaching your students about learning styles and helping them discover theirs, and tools to help them succeed?

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THIS IS GEARED TOWARD ACADEMICS.  YET, WE NEED TO LEARN NEW THINGS FOR OUR JOBS ETC.  AD TO CHILDREN, ONCE LEARN ING STYLE DETERMINED, UTILIZE EVERY THING POSSIBLE TO ENGAGE CHILD WITHIN THIS STYLE. CHILDREN LEARN BEST WHEN THEY CAN EASILY UNDERSTAND MATERIAL

THIS IS GEARED TOWARD ACADEMICS. YET, WE NEED TO LEARN NEW THINGS FOR OUR JOBS ETC. AD TO CHILDREN, ONCE LEARN ING STYLE DETERMINED, UTILIZE EVERY THING POSSIBLE TO ENGAGE CHILD WITHIN THIS STYLE. CHILDREN LEARN BEST WHEN THEY CAN EASILY UNDERSTAND MATERIAL

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from Virtual Learning Connections

Understanding Your Student's Learning Style: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences

"Understanding Your Student's Learning Style: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences" on Virtual Learning Connections http://www.connectionsacademy.com/blog/posts/2013-01-18/Understanding-Your-Student-s-Learning-Style-The-Theory-of-Multiple-Intelligences.aspx

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