The Answer Sheet: Learning Styles

Posted at 04:03 AM ET, 05/29/2013

The bottom line on 'learning styles'

Cognitive scientist Daniel Willingham explains his thinking about whether and how learning styles theory should affect teaching.

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Posted at 11:00 AM ET, 09/14/2009

Willingham: Student "Learning Styles" Theory Is Bunk

Guest Blogger Daniel Willingham: The Big Idea behind learning styles is that kids vary in how they learn: Some learn best by looking (visual learners), some by listening (auditory learners), and some by manipulating things (kinesthetic learners).

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