Learning Styles: A Review of Validity and Usefulness

Yulong Li, Jane Medwell, David Wray, Lixun Wang, Liu Xiaojing


The debate about learning styles has been on going for nearly half a century, many researchers have categorised them into style families. For some reasons, VAK is the most often heard, however, it is only one of the many categories. Current study gives a synthetic introduction of the existing strands of learning style categorizations, and critically discusses the limitations and chances of learning styles in educational studies.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v4i10.1680


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