Study: Teachers Believe Brain Myths that Hamper Their Lessons | Big Think

Study: Teachers Believe Brain Myths that Hamper Their Lessons | Big Think

By on Mar 13, 2015

One of the most persistent beliefs among teachers is that students learn better when lessons are tailored to their different learning strategies. And while repeated studies have classified individuals' learning types as auditory, visual, and kinesthetic, there is no neurological evidence that children retain information better when it is taught to them using these different approaches.

Parents believe this, too!

via Study: Teachers Believe Brain Myths that Hamper Their Lessons | Big Think.

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