NBCT: Do not ignore students' learning preferences

02/16/2010 | Teacher in a Strange Land

A National Board Certified Teacher says that despite criticism, millions of teachers have proof that students have individual learning styles based on what they see in classrooms every day. In her blog, Nancy Flanagan writes that before learning styles are dismissed, researchers should consult teachers. Flanagan says she is skeptical of tests that try to neatly divide students into exact learning groups, but says that all students have learning preferences that should be considered.

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