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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pointing 1024x576 The Problem of Pointing in Modern JournalismA new study examines over a hundred rumors spread through over a thousand news articles in 2014 and investigates the role major news publications play in the spread of misinformation.

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one dollar bill 1024x576 Is Immunization the Reason George Washington (and Not the Queen of England) Is on the Dollar Bill?George Washington was not only the founding father of the U.S., but also of mass immunization.

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6276688407 12900948a2 z The research that isnt actually researchIf you pick up a newspaper in the UK on any given day of the week you’ll likely be able to find an article describing ‘research’ or ‘studies’. What naive readers may not realise is that much of what is reported as scientific is not in fact genuine research at all, but dishonest marketing concocted by PR firms.

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sugar lips memory 1024x576 How Does Consuming Glucose Affect Your Memory?

While many people believe sugar makes kids hyperactive, this theory has long been debunked by research. However researchers are only just beginning to understand the complex relationship between glucose and learning.
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