Sunday, 21 February 2016

Just semantics? Subtle but important misunderstandings about learning styles, modalities, and preferences

This is a guest blog from Yana Weinstein, Assistant Professor at University of Massachusetts, Lowell one of the masterminds behind the wonderful Learning Scientists site. Scientists get quite attached to terms that describe the constructs they are studying. This is because you can’t measure something until you’ve defined what you think it is – and for convenience – labelled

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