Learning Styles May Be a Myth, But Learning Preferences Do Exist

by Helmut Eder

A lot of research has been done to discover if there is any truth to the idea that there are actually “learning styles.” The studies have found that there is no scientific basis for learning styles. Instead, they found that people were able to effectively learn using either visual, auditory and/or kinesthetic sensory modalities. It may be a fact that there is not a scientific basis for learning styles, but any trainer can tell you in truth that there are certainly learning preferences.

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