Evidence and learning styles

Several writers respond to Professor Rita Jordan's letter in the May issue.

In her response to our letter to The Guardian Professor Jordan (‘Why don’t educators listen to us?’, Letters, May 2017) has taken issue with our concerns related to the widespread practice of ‘learning styles’ in our schools.

Professor Jordan accepts our assertion that there is no scientific evidence to support the efficacy of meshing as advocated by the learning-styles approach but,


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