For the uninitiated, learning styles claim to group ways people learn, and attempt to explain why individuals’ learn differently. 

These styles have been developed by the likes of David Kolb, Neil Fleming and Anthony Gregorc.

However, one of the main problems with them is that they are both overused and abused, according to David Boud, Emeritus Professor at the University of Technology.

“Frankly, there are very few situations in which, even if they were true, even if there was a good foundation for them, you could actually get them to work,” he said.

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