Learning Styles

Timothy Landrum and Kimberly McDuffie Landrum, University of Louisville
Alert Issue 21, Winter 2014

Everyone has heard of the concept of learning styles, an idea grounded in the concept that individuals differ in the ways they learn. However, according to this Alert, “few quality empirical studies have examined whether designing and delivering instruction according to an identified learning style improves student outcomes.” 

Learning Styles - Alert Issue 21

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