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#LearningStyles ‘Awareness’ Day: Collected Resources

March 1st, 2012 was unofficially set as Learning Styles ‘Awareness’ Day. This day was organized with the intent of sharing research and information about what Learning Styles are, and more importantly are not, and how they are being out into practice. There are a number of practitioners who apply learning styles theories in ways that […]

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More information about #LearningStyles ‘Awareness’ Day

Last week I wrote a post entitled “#LearningStyles ‘Awareness’ Day – March 1st, 2012“. Since then, I’ve received an influx of inquiries and activity related to the post. There were a couple of common questions – especially about how to participate – so I am providing this post to add some clarity to the day. […]

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#LearningStyles ‘Awareness Day’ – March 1st, 2012

Learning Styles. The very utterance of those two words is often enough to set off a debate among learning professionals.  Many will attack it fully as a myth and something that needs to be removed from the vocabulary of those in the field.  Others see merit in the concept and enjoy applying it in their […]

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