By Emma Young. The striking findings have implications for our understanding of intelligence.
By Matthew Warren. Teachers were just as likely to be “essentialist” believers in learning styles as other participants.
By Matthew Warren. The findings could be useful for situations like rehabilitative medicine.
By Emma Young. The work suggests the long-running focus on whether syntax is learned or innate has been misplaced.
By Christian Jarrett. Study time would be better spent testing yourself after the first viewing.
By Emma Young. The research involved over 500 children who had been referred to a research clinic.
By Christian Jarrett. This is one of the first studies to look at learning styles in the context of primary age education.
By Christian Jarrett. Self-explanation encourages students to fuse new information with old.
The findings have practical implications for how the learning-by-teaching approach is applied in education and training. By Christian Jarrett
It may now be time to bury the learning styles myth once and for all. By Christian Jarrett