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Dinham’s new three ‘Rs’ for educational research

Most have heard of the educational theory of learning styles, which argues students can be categorised as either tactile, auditory or visual learners. It’s been around since the 1970s. It’s also now largely regarded as pseudo-scientific fad; studies have found no evidence to back it up.

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