Tag archief: learning styles

Dejad de Propagar el Mito de los Estilos de Aprendizaje

Dejad de Propagar el Mito de los Estilos de Aprendizaje Paul A. Kirschner Open University of the Netherlands, Valkenburgerweg 177, 6419AT Heerlen, The Netherlands University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland Correo electrónico: paul.kirschner@ou.nl. Traducido y adaptado por: Héctor Pijeira Diaz y Raidell Avello Martínez   Artículo Original (Source): Kirschner, P. A. (2017). Stop propagating the learning […]

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Is What Learners Say that they Prefer Good for Them?

As a response to a recent Tweet by Eric van den Branden, and as a service to Pedro de Bruyckere (@thebandb) here a piece that I originally wrote for Van 12-18 in 2013. OK, we’ve now handled (and debunked) learning styles. But, what if – just what if – there was any value to learning […]

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Learning styles myth revisited

Despite overwhelming evidence debunking the ‘learning styles myth’ it seems to be popular as ever.  Reblogged here is a post by Nicholas Meier who argues that, instead of serving students lessons based on their personal learning modality, it is far more effective to use all three learning modalities, visual, auditory and kinesthetic in our lessons. […]

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