1.This week’s resources include selections from the learning styles debate. Learning styles were once extremely popular in education, and in some contexts remain so. However the theory has not held up, and some say it might do more harm than good.
Share your experiences with learning styles so far in your life and your reactions to the research and theoretical arguments provided on learning styles this week.
2.What are some other learning theories or psychological trends based in learning that you suspect may be ready for the “theory boneyard”? Consider things that have been in popular culture such as babysigning, the Mozart effect, multiple intelligences, or others that have generated a lot of money for investors looking to cash in on learning trends