Curriculum Opinion

Should Teachers Adjust Their Teaching to Individual Students’ “Learning Styles?”

By Eduwonkette — August 21, 2008 1 min read
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Following rave responses to his first video, Brain-Based Education: Fad or Breakthrough?, UVA cognitive psychologist Dan Willingham returns with the unambiguously titled video, “Learning Styles Don’t Exist.”

Any thoughts, teachers?

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