Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Learning styles don't exist ... except for the textbook author.

By now, you've all read about the still struggling fad of Learning Styles, perhaps you've watched Dan Willingham's video on the subject:
Learning Styles Don't Exist


What disturbs me is that the textbook authors are buying into this dreck as well.

Larson Algebra 1, 2012 Common Core Edition.

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  1. Her eyes look funny. Mine would too if I had to adhere to a philosophy that pretended that I was providing different instruction to different students at the same time.

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