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Learning Circuits: Lead Balloons, Stone Canoes, and Learning Styles

Learning Circuits: Lead Balloons, Stone Canoes, and Learning Styles

"By now, it should be clear that my intention is not to make an argument for more attention to learning styles. Frankly, my own view of learning styles is that although much of the research and theorizing is fascinating, it's essentially a red herring--because so much of how people learn is (1) a function of where they are learning, and (2) dependent upon what competency they are trying to learn."

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