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What type of learner are you? And why it does not matter

Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, professor of psychology | June 26, 2012

As an educator, I often come across the concept of  “learning styles.” Briefly, this refers to the idea that different people learn in different ways. Concerned students will often remark that they didn’t do well on a given exam because they are “visual learners,” while parents will often note that their child is a “motor … Continue reading »