Episode 95: The Myths of Learning Styles

Many students – and many teachers – believe that learning styles (visual, auditory, or kinesthetic) are real. But research shows that learning styles are neuromyths – beliefs about how the brain works that, when studied, don’t stand up to scrutiny. Join Adam and Dinur as we dig into the learning-styles myth!

Show Notes
The Atlantic, “The Myth of Learning Styles”
The Cut, “One Reason the Learning-Styles Myth Persists”
Online Learning Consortium Neuromyths Study

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