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.
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:
- 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).
- 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.
- All participants need to make the same test.
This study by Rogowsky did all that, but guess what?
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