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Teaching to Learning Styles: Harmful or Beneficial for the Learner?
Find out how you can create better learning outcomes
Adjusting instruction to individual learning styles seems appealing, but in reality, no two learners are the same and both may not benefit from a singular learning style. Evidence suggests using learning styles actually harms learning, essentially wasting time and energy that could be used to improve learning outcomes.
This research report, The Truth About Teaching to Learning Styles, and What to Do Instead, by Jane Bozarth, explores learning styles and their effect on learning outcomes. Download this report to determine if tailoring instruction to learning styles have an effect on learning outcomes.
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