Monthly Archives: January 2011

Improves Learning Outcomes – Myth

If you recall my post last week…over the next weeks we are uncovering myths. Here is the first one: Learning Styles – Myth: The latest research shows that trying to match instructional strategies to an individual’s learning style (verbal, visual, kinesthetic) is ineffective. In fact there is almost no support for thinking that learning styles…

Can You Spot the Myths?

Which of the following¬†ideas are myths and which are true? Learning Styles The latest research shows that teaching learners about learning styles and trying to match instructional strategies to an individual’s learning style (verbal, visual, kinesthetic) improves learning outcomes. Motivation The latest research shows that offering cash payment or other valuable extrinsic rewards for good…