danger Why the Widespread Belief in Learning Styles Is Not Just Wrong; Its Also DangerousDr. Tesia Marshik who is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse walks us through the extensive evidence that learning styles don’t exist, before looking at why the belief is so widespread and why the belief is such a serious problem.

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