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Professor Daniel Willingham describes research showing that learning styles are a myth.
Tags: cognitive, learning, science, styles
I think that the patterns (if only one could term it so) for learning are intrinsically based on non-linear superpositions, that mostly can't be classified or even detected, by another human mind, almost at the same peer. The reason clearly lies in the fact that every mind, even though evolved more or less along the similar lines in the universe, still did survive distinct (unique) spatio-temporal factors struggling through its formative phase, which is still going on.
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