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The Myth of Learning Styles (Change, September/October 2010) makes a clear and succinct case that learning styles are not a useful consideration when planning our teaching. The article starts by identifying what is true about learning styles and offers a variety of alternative student characteristics that can be more useful to us when preparing and teaching a course.

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