No evidence for learning styles, say academics

Academics have voiced their concerns over classroom practices that draw on neuromyths
Published in Neuroscience
No evidence for learning styles, say academics

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Leading UK academics from neuroscience, psychology and education have sought to raise the awareness of 'neuromyths' in the classroom, authoring a letter on The Guardian's online website that cautions against the 'learning styles' myth. The letter was written to coincide with Brain Awareness Week (March 13-19). In an accompanying article, science of learning experts are urged to head to schools to share their knowledge of what works in learning, and to reiterate the importance of evidence-based school practices.

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Go to the profile of Warren Raye
over 7 years ago
Well spotted Alan. Fantastic to see that some of these "leading UK academics" are also editorial board members for npj Science of Learning, the journal affiliated with this Community!
Go to the profile of Will Thalheimer
over 7 years ago
If you're interested, you can join The Debunker Club, a group of learning professionals who pledge to debunk myths in the learning field (http://Debunker.Club).