Learning Styles Don’t Exist – Intuitive or Not

Good stewards of Shareholder Equity plowing those potential profits “back into the business” as an investment for returns – would not practice evidence-invalidated methods.

Think about it this way: let’s say you owned all of the shares in your Enterprise and IT WAS YOUR MONEY. Wouldn’t you want to avoid known “bad practices” that are a waste? Where a negative ROI is guaranteed?

Personally I’ve been following the researchers on this since the early 1990s at ISPI. I have been avoiding all those other places where this kind of stuff is all too prevalent.

My advice: Pick your crowds wisely, for their evidence-based wisdom. It’s important.

Also: Google search results for “Learning Styles evidence”
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF8&rlz=1T4ADBF_enUS327US327&q=Learning+Styles+evidence

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2 comments on “Learning Styles Don’t Exist – Intuitive or Not

  1. Pingback: T&D: Learning Styles Are Bogus | EPPIC - Pursuing Performance

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