New study examines the effect of taking learning styles into account. Guess what…

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Opnieuw een studie die net zoals eerder onderzoek (zie o.a. https://lerenhoezo.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/vak-leerstijlen-horen-zien-voelen-en-vergeten/) aantoont dat het VAK-leerstijlen model een hardnekkige onderwijsmythe is.

From experience to meaning...

There is a challenge for the first decent study that proves that adapting your education to learning styles work. This new study that I found via this blog post by Jeroen Janssen is decent. Pashler et al (2008) stated that good research investigating learning styles should take the following 3 steps into account:

  1. You start examining the learning style of the respondents in the study (in this new study by Rogowsky they examined visual versus auditory learning styles).
  2. The participants than need to random allocated to groups with half of the participants getting education adapted to their learning style or to a group that is not suitable for their learning styles. E.g. visual learners in one group have to read, while the visual learners in the control group will have to listen.
  3. All participants need to make the same test.

This study by Rogowsky did all that, but guess what?

Results…

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