Giving Learners What They Want While Staying Focused on What Actually Works

Find out if you can balance what works while giving learning what they want.
Giving Learners What They Want While Staying Focused on What Actually Works

Celisa Steele and Jeff Cobb debunk the myth of learning styles and emphasize the importance of learner preferences. They provide evidence-based insights on effective learning strategies and how learning businesses can cater to their customers' preferences while staying focused on what actually works.

Learning Styles and Learner Preferences
Leading Learning Podcast co-hosts Celisa Steele and Jeff Cobb Learning styles are a pernicious myth, but learner preferences are a reality that learning businesses disregard at their own risk. Learning businesses need to balance using effective learning strategies and approaches with giving learners…

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💡 The Big Ideas

Hosts Celisa Steele and Jeff Cobb tackle the persistent myth of learning styles and explore the importance of understanding learner preferences in the context of learning businesses.

Here's a summary of the main points:

Learning styles, such as visual, auditory, and kinesthetic, are a pernicious myth with little scientific basis. Contrary to popular belief, teaching these learning styles does not lead to better learning outcomes.

Learning businesses should focus on what is actually effective in promoting learning, such as the dual coding theory which emphasizes the combination of audio and visuals.

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