Neuroscience and Education: Myths and Messages (2014)

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Research article by Paul Howard-Jones, professor of neuroscience and education at Bristol University, addressing how myths about the brain develop within our education system. These "neuromyths" are often used to justify ineffective instructional strategies and teaching.

“Perhaps the most popular and influential myth is that a student learns most effectively when they are taught in their preferred learning style,” writes Howard-Jones.