How do we learn?

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http://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/2016/feb/24/four-neuromyths-still-prevalent-in-schools-debunked

The above article has challenged a train of thought that was at its height towards the end of the nineties. It became very important to realise that pupils learn in different ways, Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic. I remember having to plan by using VAK and identifying the specific teaching style that I was going to use. Basically the article states,

This myth states that students will learn more if they are taught in a way that matches their preferred style.”

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I discovered this image on the web, no name was attached, but it effectively describes what I was taught about visual learners.
Basically a visual learner would make annotated notes and respond when being taught by using a graph, cartoon, diagram etc. Concept cartoons was an excellent means of introducing a Science experiment but was it because of the visual aspect or simply the fact it was…

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