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The Future of Learning Styles: Is it Time to Change?

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Learning styles are a common consideration for any educator who wants to engage participants and create effective education. However, as educators, we need to question: when we talk about learning styles, are we actually following best practice and evidence-based education?

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Imagine that you are being asked to create an education program for your nursing team. You might want to focus on centring your education program around our learners, and their needs and learning styles. This is a common consideration for any educator who wants to engage participants and create effective education. However, as educators, we need to question: when we talk about learning styles, are we actually following best practice and evidence-based education?

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Samantha Coppack
24 Jan 2022
Fascinating article! Challenges long held beliefs about learning styles.
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Jessica Micallef
22 Sep 2019
Great resource, opens up ideas of individualised learning & pros and cons for.
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