The Biggest Myth In Education

9.07.2021
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You are not a visual learner - learning styles are a stubborn myth. Part of this video is sponsored by Google Search.

Special thanks to Prof. Daniel Willingham for the interview and being part of this video.
Special thanks to Dr Helen Georigou for reviewing the script and helping with the scientific literature.
Special thanks to Jennifer Borgioli Binis for consulting on the script.
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Pashler, H., McDaniel, M., Rohrer, D., & Bjork, R. (2008). Learning styles: Concepts and evidence. Psychological science in the public interest, 9(3), 105-119. - ve42.co/Pashler2008

Willingham, D. T., Hughes, E. M., & Dobolyi, D. G. (2015). The scientific status of learning styles theories. Teaching of Psychology, 42(3), 266-271. - ve42.co/Willingham

Massa, L. J., & Mayer, R. E. (2006). Testing the ATI hypothesis: Should multimedia instruction accommodate verbalizer-visualizer cognitive style?. Learning and Individual Differences, 16(4), 321-335. - ve42.co/Massa2006

Riener, C., & Willingham, D. (2010). The myth of learning styles. Change: The magazine of higher learning, 42(5), 32-35.- ve42.co/Riener2010

Husmann, P. R., & O'Loughlin, V. D. (2019). Another nail in the coffin for learning styles? Disparities among undergraduate anatomy students’ study strategies, class performance, and reported VARK learning styles. Anatomical sciences education, 12(1), 6-19. - ve42.co/Husmann2019

Snider, V. E., & Roehl, R. (2007). Teachers’ beliefs about pedagogy and related issues. Psychology in the Schools, 44, 873-886. doi:10.1002/pits.20272 - ve42.co/Snider2007

Fleming, N., & Baume, D. (2006). Learning Styles Again: VARKing up the right tree!. Educational developments, 7(4), 4. - ve42.co/Fleming2006

Rogowsky, B. A., Calhoun, B. M., & Tallal, P. (2015). Matching learning style to instructional method: Effects on comprehension. Journal of educational psychology, 107(1), 64. - ve42.co/Rogowskyetal

Coffield, Frank; Moseley, David; Hall, Elaine; Ecclestone, Kathryn (2004). - ve42.co/Coffield2004

Furey, W. (2020). THE STUBBORN MYTH OF LEARNING STYLES. Education Next, 20(3), 8-13. - ve42.co/Furey2020

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Kommentteja
  • The MAJORITY of tests and teaching seems geared more towards "memorizing" the correct answers, rather than "learning" WHY those are the correct answers. I got into amateur radio a few years back, which requires a test based on a pool of 423 to 454 questions for the two license levels and 622 questions for the 3rd top tier, of which you're randomly tested with 35 of those for the first two tests, or 50 questions for the 3rd level and needing a 74% grade to pass. Most people just memorize the correct answers without learning the "why" behind it and quickly forget, vs the people that LEARN the "why" which makes the topic more memorable in the long term.

    MåcGyverMåcGyver11 minuuttia sitten
  • But memorizing random images in 2 minutes and learning concepts is veeeeeery different

    A CA C2 tuntia sitten
  • É uma discussão filosófica, gente.A crise de educação mundial tá justamente na ideia de que "memória = entendimento ". E não é assim que funciona

    Aline BaruchiAline Baruchi3 tuntia sitten
  • I spent time as a tutor in school. I was able to help fellow students by relating the material they were struggling with to a concept they already knew. The results were very positive.

    V HooverV Hoover3 tuntia sitten
  • That's that foo Dom, all fried out and shhhiiii..

    Cenan PiraniCenan Pirani4 tuntia sitten
    • on god

      GLEM FANGGLEM FANG4 tuntia sitten
  • Difficult to trust anything that comes from Google

    Maple TeaMaple Tea8 tuntia sitten
  • I am a "connection learner". Like only learning the vocabulary didn't worked. We had vocabulary boxes with cards in it. On one side a word in the mothers language on the other side the translation from the second language you are learning. Our teachers said that is the only way to learn a language. But I couldn't get the words in my head. My teachers told me that I was lazy or dumb. It took me 5 years to understand that I need examples, connections. I learned english because I started to read Harry Potter in english. Now I didn't had single words but a whole scene that was connected with them.

    RaLPhis XamidaRaLPhis Xamida9 tuntia sitten
  • I thought about this for a while. I think the quibble here is really a semantic one, more than ANYTHING else. If you really want to be rigorous in definition, it's learning PREFERENCE. And I say this as a so-called "visual learner". Can I learn things in other ways? Yes, I can. What do I find preferrable, and easy to digest? Information presented with visuals: text, colors, diagrams, etc. I found this very consistently through my teacher education training, looking at the preferences of my family (wife, kids) and I still believe the concept to be very sound. If anything, I concede the point that it's useful to learn information in a variety of ways, but still, many have a preference for the manner in which they best learn information FIRST.

    jaklumenjaklumen10 tuntia sitten
  • I learn through visual communication exactly like the video I'm watching right now. More evidence to support this are faces and names. Visual information is hard to lie about, but words hold almost no value to me. Psychologically speaking, perhaps it's what stimulates my memory or perhaps it's just my perception of words in general. Either way, I can forget a name in 5 seconds and it'll take years to forget a face. Just thinking about it reminds me that I honestly don't even remember the host's name.

    Austin RogersAustin Rogers12 tuntia sitten
  • This this an advertising to study remotely

    Luna wLuna w12 tuntia sitten
  • I guess to conclude, if there is the eclectic method to teach, students also use eclectic method to learn!

    Benghalem BoualemBenghalem Boualem13 tuntia sitten
  • This is the definition of confabulation. These people believe they are explaining how they learn, but in fact they are inventing a narrative to fit their expectations and beliefs.

    SnowdenbleepSnowdenbleep14 tuntia sitten
    • damn bro u woke huh

      GLEM FANGGLEM FANG4 tuntia sitten
  • Learning Styles A.K.A. The Astrology of Education

    Daniel HernándezDaniel Hernández15 tuntia sitten
  • Whats the background music that starts at 8:30 and ends at 10:57?

    Ivaylo TraykovIvaylo Traykov16 tuntia sitten
  • I tried to record my voice in one of my exam, aside from hearing my own weird voice, I would say it's ineffective for me

    Ken DalKen Dal16 tuntia sitten
  • Am I a visual learner or a kinesthetic learner? I need a video to rewatch to learn. Online learning helped me so much

    Teli VeesonTeli Veeson16 tuntia sitten
  • I think 3blue1brown's videos are so helpful because of the fact that they are visual though.

    Leo XuLeo Xu16 tuntia sitten
  • We had a class in college on the first semester. On the first two hours we got a list of useful tips to multimodal learning 101. And on the next classes we were supposed to bring the notes of one course and explain how to make them easy to remember. I was so dejected we didn't got those kind of class at the beginning of my school life :')

    Lala LandLala Land16 tuntia sitten
  • I was having a terrible time working with a customer where I could not seem to get my point across. Reflecting on our conversations, I realized he used "auditory" terms in his response like "I hear you" and "that sounds right". I switched up my language to focus on auditory cues and suddenly we "clicked" on what I was trying to convey. I'm a pointy-headed engineer who's never been very good at communication in general and I have studied a lot of techniques to augment my lack of talent as I am a customer-sales engineer, including an area called Neuro-Linquistic Programming (NLP) which does reflect the VARK concepts.

    NufosmaticNufosmatic17 tuntia sitten
  • I unlearned everything

    Shashikant JadhavShashikant Jadhav17 tuntia sitten
  • simply remembering and repeating has nothing to do with learning. if you truely understand something you should be able to have original and creative thought on your subject. Ie if your pictures had formed an unexplained pattern, and then you had asked them to PREDICT the next symbol you'd be on to something.

    sam ricesam rice18 tuntia sitten
  • You ever think of narrating a Proko video as a goof? You sound exactly the same!

    RyanPriceishRyanPriceish19 tuntia sitten
  • Lies... I learnt that I'm not a visual learner from the thumbnail

    Frederik BrændstrupFrederik Brændstrup20 tuntia sitten
  • vark! the verald vangels ving

    cascade.cascade.21 tunti sitten
  • I combine all of them, I like reading and watching, hearing and acting

    Phương Nam HồPhương Nam Hồ21 tunti sitten
  • Bruh Veritarism was sponsored by Google I am waiting for the universe to sponsor his next video

    The FoxThe Fox23 tuntia sitten
  • There are definitely different learning styles, I experienced that myself in my past. But it's not visual/auditory/etc divided. I for example learn best, when I have a lesson to attend and a teacher is explaining things while showing visual stuff and I take notes. Meanwhile a friend of mine was extremely bad at this. We would sit next to each other in class and he would have extreme trouble following the lesson and absorbing the information. BUT This friend of mine was the best student of the whole school at the end of education. He did this by learning stuff on his own at home. He is a 100% self educating person. Something I struggle a lot with. I don't learn from home work, most of what I learn is the things I absorb in class. I think that is something the school system should take note off and integrate in their teaching systems.

    crankpatatecrankpatate23 tuntia sitten
  • Yeah! I learned to ride a bicycle by listening to someone ride a bike. That's about right.

    Dust TohDust TohPäivä sitten
  • learning learner. I learn

    Connor OswaldConnor OswaldPäivä sitten
  • And here I thought all these years that I was odd in being an all-style learner.

    Xaviotes HarrisXaviotes HarrisPäivä sitten
  • Regardless I just always wanted the teacher to do what they are best at most. Typical go to class teacher is from some exotic land and does not speak my language even average for local. This teacher would do well using everything they can besides just lectures to teach.

    Madmoody21Madmoody21Päivä sitten
  • complete rubish im dyslexic you give me a writen explanation i would look at u like im stupid alot of ppl who are visual learners can also use mental images when info is read out there still using visuals to understand it only there creating the visuals in there head

    brendon rookesbrendon rookesPäivä sitten
  • Each concept being taught will be best presented in one format or other. I have a personal hole in that theory. I am dyslexic. I have learned to use spell check to be able to pose comments like this. The way I don't learn is by being handed a book. I have to hear or see it first. Then I want the book to confirm what I heard or have seen to help remember it. The bottleneck is creating a place the store the information for recall later. How the compartment is created is the real issue. Once the compartment is created, then the info can start flowing. About age 10 I was looking for something to do. I was told to read a dictionary. I asked why would I want to do that. Without an answer to that question I did not.

    Scott LeacoxScott LeacoxPäivä sitten
  • A good class is awesome, but if I'm by myself I have a hard time focusing on audio speeches. Reading usually holds my focus much more than hearing.

    luablauluablauPäivä sitten
  • Smart people always knew that was bs.

    joeecrackkjoeecrackkPäivä sitten
  • I think you can definitely improve your ability to learn in a certain “style”. I consider myself to be a visual learner, but after several years of studying music in orchestra, I think my ear became more attuned and I was able to learn better auditorily then I could before

    Micah SnowMicah SnowPäivä sitten
  • I only watched the first 3 minutes or so because he was dragging it out but, yeah, I agree with what he's putting down. Visual learning definitely exists and identifying the learning type someone is helps immensely.

    Analog ManAnalog ManPäivä sitten
  • Memorisation Vs learning. They are two different aspects of consuming information.

    sajvu chanxusajvu chanxuPäivä sitten
  • I always had trouble remembering names so I made up little stories or breakdown the meaning of their name and even make it humorous. Creating experience with a word, a subject , a person was proven to be the best suited for me.

    PinaCocoPinaCocoPäivä sitten
  • There's a difference between learning and memorizing. Learning is using what you've memorized in a way that show understandability of it. Just like a computer memorize but doesn't learn. So yeah, you're not a visual learner but a visual memorizer.

    Kai ZokaiKai ZokaiPäivä sitten
  • It's weird that the idea of exactly FOUR learning styles would be considered part of the idea that everyone is unique and different. If so, there should be some 7 billion learning styles. Sure, in theory it is possible to share some aspects with someone else and still be different in other aspects, and thus have a smaller pool of learning styles and still have everyone be different and unique. But learning is such a complex topic, with different ways to learn different things... and since learning generally relies on linking things that are already memorized (e.g. learning a list of words relies on the fact that you already know those words, and would be much different if you tried to learn a list of meaningless random mumbo jumbo), and everyone has different memories, so it makes sense that everyone would learn in a different way than anyone else. Also, I've noticed that there are people who prefer studying on their own, and people who prefer communal learning, although of course some things might be hard to learn solo (say team sports). Still, that certainly sounds like one aspect that differentiates learning styles, yet schools seem to be quite oblivious to this fact :P Somehow the idea of someone learning much faster if they are not forced to go to school doesn't fit well with many teachers xD

    TennouseijinTennouseijin2 päivää sitten
  • I liked the 5p orbital. ;-)

    Michael BobrikMichael Bobrik2 päivää sitten
  • That wasn't really learning, that was random memorization with no substance or meaning. For example you could've taught them how something works. Like the process of photosynthesis, how an engine works, etc. And then tried a simple 2 minute lecture (auditory) or a lecture with a diagram/animated video on your tablet (visual) etc. Then recalled the information to see how much the remembered.

    Lava RezLava Rez2 päivää sitten
  • So I find learning by practice and failure easier than traditional learning of any kind. Reading a textbook very little is retained, but doing problems and going back to the text when I hit roadblocks works far better. Does anyone else feel like this? Does this learning process have a name?

    Peter BemisPeter Bemis2 päivää sitten
  • being an autodidactic i prefer to be left to pursuing what holds my interests....

    timnray99timnray992 päivää sitten
  • Damn I wish I could hear the story that dude around 5:50 made to remember those things. Had to be hilarious.

    Keram AdorbKeram Adorb2 päivää sitten
  • Im neither, though if im having a great time, fun, enjoying it then im both. Nvm, guess i was right yet i weren't.

    TyrvanaTyrvana2 päivää sitten
  • Is*

    William SparxWilliam Sparx2 päivää sitten
  • This is excellent! Love how you keep diving deeper into fundamental knowledge for humanity, including misconceptions accepted around the world, like this one seems to be. I hope you always find funding to be free to execute your vision, because it's perfectly done: informative, rigorous, engaging, relevant.

    School of WonderSchool of Wonder2 päivää sitten
  • Hm. So why is it that I can’t understand some math without graphing it, but other can? Am i just stupid?

    nibblecat1nibblecat12 päivää sitten
  • they didn't say the asian guys score because it was a 10/10 lmao

    Michael ProanoMichael Proano2 päivää sitten
  • I think these ideas are an imposition upon children, ensuring only that they will shut down when they're presented information that doesn't match "their style." They will choose to not learn, in other words, because they consciously perceive a mismatch. They've heard a judgment about themselves and taken it to heart.

    CalebCaleb2 päivää sitten
  • Thank you

    UU2 päivää sitten
  • Why you think style learning is related to do humans and their skills instead I think is related to the information hit-self song to Example it’s one Type of information And we can translate the information in this song in visual/A/R/K(&M.L etc .)in this is oh I think you should do the experimente and there I believe you find the difference

    יאיר רון אלבזיאיר רון אלבז2 päivää sitten
  • Doesn't it false the experience to repeat it just after the first attempt ? Subjects are trained and thus should obviously have better results in a second attempts.....

    laurent legazlaurent legaz2 päivää sitten
  • I see thumbnail ghost thrilling music on ma mind

    #it's storytime#it's storytime2 päivää sitten
  • Knowledge is memory. Repetition is the key to success.

    Mike StewartMike Stewart2 päivää sitten
  • Did you hear about the experience pyramid by Miller? It's kinda debunked but everyone lets be fooled by it.

    Jan SeewaldJan Seewald2 päivää sitten
  • "Do you think that was easier?" - maybe we need another video on how not to ask leading questions. ;-)

    Andy FarrellAndy Farrell3 päivää sitten
  • The brain is trainable, so everyone can retrain if they just put in the effort. People who 'have' dyslexia just never trained enough and now can't be bothered.

    Bas van der GraaffBas van der Graaff3 päivää sitten
  • It’s not how easily they take in the information, it’s how comfortable they are with the stimuli and environment

    Anne LlewellynAnne Llewellyn3 päivää sitten
  • So, it's essentially a placebo effect when you think you learn better one way.

    OrenOren3 päivää sitten
  • Learning and memorizing are fundamentally different. Learning implies understanding and assimilation, while memorizing doesn't.

    SkycocaSkycoca3 päivää sitten
  • I appreciate that Google sponsored this to say "hey, our search engine just shows you what you want to see, not necessarily the truth or the full picture". Good of them to own up to that, lol

    Cory AndersonCory Anderson3 päivää sitten
  • I learned your point from watching this, thank you

    SavageDuck26SavageDuck263 päivää sitten
  • ive seen it argued thaat the learning styles myth was made because they would rather say that than say that some people just have learning disabilities

    tiefling tomboytiefling tomboy3 päivää sitten
  • Thank you for confirming this, Now I know I am a pressure learner ^_^

    Cesar MedranoCesar Medrano3 päivää sitten
  • Thank u.I will not present any excuse further to do my homeworks. lol

    Fahim AbrarFahim Abrar3 päivää sitten
  • All New Zealanders when mentioned our country: *HE SAID NEW ZEALAND!*

    Lance CalderonLance Calderon3 päivää sitten
  • I can learn from any of these I just need it drilled into my head to actually learn it.

    ChillinChillin3 päivää sitten
  • I think it wasn't the learning styles that made us learn fast but our cognitive skill. For an instance, I can determine all the country with an unlabeled world map yet cannot do it without and also can remember things I've heard in a podcast while I was in an NREM and light sleep.

    John Paul LegaspiJohn Paul Legaspi3 päivää sitten
  • In my personal experience the best way to learn is when I have multiple imputs like maybe I am listening to a lecture, I am writing notes, I'm looking at pictures and diagrams

    Giulia MingottiGiulia Mingotti4 päivää sitten
    • Taking notes also helps a lot with my concentration on the subject

      Giulia MingottiGiulia Mingotti4 päivää sitten
  • I've been saying this for a long time. Learning has to do with personal interest. It's a skill to sit down in a class and gain knowledge of something that is not interesting to you. Most people I know call me a smart person but I know for a fact there are people much smarter than me. Things that I know very well are just things that interest me a lot more than others. I learn from experts on ideas and subjects that I am interested in.

    Nate NoNate No4 päivää sitten
  • I'll try again: " A Google search [ IS NOT ] meant to surface the most relevant information. Google searches are meant to sell Google ads and/or increase Google's market and political power. Long ago Google searches did "surface" amazingly useful information. Then Google evolved away from "Don't be evil" Google search is now more of a manipulating filter than research tool.

    Gozerthegozarian1984Gozerthegozarian19844 päivää sitten
  • Love this channel. But I cringed when he said: "A Google Search is meant to surface surface

    Gozerthegozarian1984Gozerthegozarian19844 päivää sitten
  • British teachers were told that they had to plan for learning styles and not.doing so would mean they failed as a teacher. It's another con forced on teachers by someone on authority promoting the idea. I always knew it was utter crap, especially when no one could supply any research confirming this junk.

    Fat JackFat Jack4 päivää sitten
  • Interesting video! It leaves me with a question, though: what do we mean by "learning"? In particular, much learning in school is based on memorization of simple facts, formulas, or procedures (heuristics). But learning in the "real world" may favor deeper understanding, or the ability to transform information from one modality to another-and much more. By not clarifying the aspect of "learning" that you're talking about, in my opinion you muddy even further the already muddy waters! You didn't invent the "objective" bent in education: schools have long favored "objective" learning, at the expense of the ability to adapt to new situations, the ability to describe things in new ways, and so much more. But by implicitly accepting the existing ideas about "learning," you miss a chance to put the whole debate on firmer ground. Great scientists (and great writers of fiction or visual artists) don't specialize in memorizing facts or formulas. Instead, they create new ways to conceptualize, to transform, to apply things in new circumstances-and more. I'm an agnostic about "learning styles" as a strict determinant of different kinds of learning. But no results will be definitive until our ideas of "learning" expand beyond the gradable, the objective, and the already known. Instead, let's rework the idea of "learning" to include things worth learning because they advance understanding-not because they are simple or predictable enough to test "objectively." Only then will we be able to have meaningful discussions-and meaningful experiments-on what goes into applying human intelligence to the wider world.

    Doug LipmanDoug Lipman4 päivää sitten
  • The part you don't realize about visual learners is that we learn from facial expressions so if you were reading to them they were following from facial expressions also. And what I have found through time (Getting older) is we learn from all these ways but are better in some ways.. So basically I'm a visual learner and kinestetic and remember if I write it down. But my reading is terrible ,even though I still read a lot. so for reading certain factors make a difference of how well I learn or understand, Am I trying to solve a problem, do I care about the problem, what science is it, is it fictional, is it funny. I don't usually remember fictional since I'm not trying to solve a problem, I love science, but if it's "Flat earth science" even though it's fictional I remember it because it's funny. So emotions play a huge part in what we learn. So disproving these theories or proving them is hard since we all learn from these ways but our level is at different percentages for each learning style, so the test group method won't work. Also emotions are huge. I person who is confident may do better than someone will who has low self esteem, but those emotions can go e muck such as egotistical person or over confident will not learn, where someone who has low self esteem and angry about it and wants to change it they will learn more than the egomaniac. Then you got environment, if you asked me those questions on the streets as apposed to relaxing at home, which of course is emotions but it's still a different factor. Yet being out doors may make one more alert. I could talk about this for a long time, it's a science/psychology that has always interested me, mostly about improving my own learning. The regular scientific method does not always work well with psychology and that's the problem.

    Bill nonameBill noname4 päivää sitten
  • The computerized test at 7 minutes seems a little off. A picture complements an explanation, doesn't replace it. If you replace one for the other that's not a real-world-scenario, it just never happens.

    Bani GrissonBani Grisson4 päivää sitten
  • Oh boy, there are maany myths in education. Learning styles, multiple intelligences, neuromyths, using classical music to improve learning...

    Fred M RFred M R4 päivää sitten
  • Very interesting point about what we type into google. This search engine actually tailors results to you based on past activity. Google will provide sources that agree with your existing beliefs and ideas.

    Kevin PapageorgeKevin Papageorge4 päivää sitten
  • 10:49 - 10:58 This is one of the quotes I live by. It's part of why I'm slowly drifting away from religion. When I think about it, I BELIEVED everything about religion. I didn't KNOW anything about it. And just because I believed, I tried to fit every scientific, JUSTIFIABLE piece of knowledge, into the illogical reasoning of religion

    Jonny MesseleJonny Messele4 päivää sitten
  • Dang how do you get sponsored by Google search

    Buttery RalgurtButtery Ralgurt4 päivää sitten
  • I think almost all people would be more likely to remember more of the objects the second time around, since they already have some in their memory, making the test easier.

    TyTy4 päivää sitten
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    ArroArro4 päivää sitten
  • did not hear evidence biased but this might fit especially in the end here

    Marcello 42Marcello 425 päivää sitten
  • Learning something is putting you in an environment that is uncomfortable yet still fun to unknowingly learn material by essentially straining yourself whilst still doing something you enjoy, do you love reading? Great how about you try reading something in a different language with reminders of words the more you read a book with same words the more repetitive it is, the more it goes into the brain and you will certainly become bored to an excruciating amount but think about tying your shoes you at least once thought you had It down until you forgot and then shown again its the repetition that makes learning and memorizing the more you read a book with repetitive words like The, It, Is. The more you'll be able to read each day and if there's a word that is not understood look it up and make a reminder so every time you come across it you can always look at the reminder and soon enough it will be saved in your memory to keep reading and understand the language. It's complicated but repetition is the true key to learning instead of one thing for a week and then moving on it should be for as long as they can remember the material just like tying your shoes.

    KlassiskKlassisk5 päivää sitten
  • Excellent video. Never heard of learning styles in school, it's not a thing in Sweden thankfully.

    Carl LindqvistCarl Lindqvist5 päivää sitten
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    Bryan GarciaBryan Garcia5 päivää sitten
  • I'm not a visual student because I memorize images! I am a visual student because information in visual format flows, I repeat, flows much faster towards the processing and memorization areas of the brain. I believe this is the information that was missing from the conclusion of your video. Perhaps reworking the brain's working model is needed to explain the brain's individual perceptions of each style. Excellent video! (sorry my english)

    Gesiel A MartinsGesiel A Martins5 päivää sitten
  • very interesting, but the title is misleading. just revisiting here because of the clickbait video, to see what i did here and it's as i remembered: i clicked and i watched, but i was disappointed about the title, promising something more impactful, epic, paradigm shifting. so i didn't give the video a like. which i would otherwise definitely have done, because it is a good video about an interesting topic. interesting. not epic. i'd suggest something like "the weirdest myth in education" or simply "learning styles debunked". i have not considered subscribing yet and this has definitey not helped.

    sujammazsujammaz5 päivää sitten
  • I do wonder whether you got any lectures during your interview, after you asked those leading questions. I can imagine a grumpy old literature teacher responding, "What kind of learning style do I have‽ Not this claptrap again! Listen here, young man..."

    iluomopelosoiluomopeloso5 päivää sitten
  • I really liked this video. I do (though) think that showing the same picture/word at every “round” of the experiment might be why it got easier to say all of the words. If I had to say a combination of words it would be hard the first time I tried.. though it would be easier the second time I tried. Unless the words are different the second time.. making the REAL conclusion of the experiment.. “practice is the best learning method”. Kinda like remembering flashcards.

    NeeptonNeepton5 päivää sitten
  • You know what... some people just don't get any benefit from the process of taking notes. I've heard people say that the act of scribbling symbols on paper helps them remember the things that those symbols represent. That's not true for me. Some people do well with memorize/regurgitate. That's not true for me. For me, I understand many things intuitively that other people have to learn, but in order to remember that thing, I need to understand its function. For instance, spelling, for me, is functional. If you can read and understand a word, it doesn't matter to me how its spelled, because I understand how the letters work together to make sounds. In the same way, in math, I need to know how and why the formula works in order to remember it. Some people know things, and other people memorize things. Learning styles are just a nice way to talk about why some rich kids are stupid, and to make sure that teachers focus enough time and energy on making sure that rich stupid kids don't get any disadvantages in school just for being rich and stupid. Its a way to make sure that smart poor kids don't start to feel entitled. Everything is about maintaining the status quo.

    Wormwood78Wormwood785 päivää sitten
  • Obviously every person needs all modes of learning, but couldn’t it be that each person leans a little more on certain modes?

    Elise WelgeElise Welge5 päivää sitten
  • Thanks again.

    Sound FishingSound Fishing5 päivää sitten
  • Learning is not memorizing, and education is not just learning.

    Santosh KesirajuSantosh Kesiraju5 päivää sitten
  • As a teacher I would say my ability to motivate pupils was very important, which came from a successful teacher / pupil relationship. Also I have only average intelligence and knew little of my subject when I started teaching. So I had to make great efforts to put across knowledge and I believe I was a much better teacher when my subject knowledge was not great.

    Mike HarlandMike Harland5 päivää sitten
  • A school inspector created this idea---but of course! Once again, cutting edge educational theory is devised by someone who never taught a student in their entire useless life!

    Alter JunkerAlter Junker5 päivää sitten
  • I wonder if there's even more to learning than what is presented here. For example, people like me might want to learn in multiple ways simultaneously. If i hear something AND see it, I tend to remember it better than if I did if I tried either method on its own, and I bet that there are many people out there like me. Just showing me pictures, or only telling me, is not the way I want to learn, and from trial and error, it's not the best for me. And this falls into what many are saying about interest and psychology. If you force me to learn in some particular way, I may lose the interest and the desire to learn that particular subject or topic at that time. If someone is talking to me about something that I would like to learn, then it is better for me to either physically practice a procedure, take notes, or draw diagrams. Otherwise I will forget quickly. My physically doing it, note-taking or drawing it combined with hearing it will seal the deal.

    Vince DVince D5 päivää sitten
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