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  1. bethany3224
    November 13 @ 12:26 pm

    I really resonated with how you showed using multiple intelligences and dropping the term “learning styles”. My first year of teaching in 2007, I did a whole assessment at the beginning of the year on “learning styles” and when this article came out showing the lack of scientific evidence for learning styles, I was able to laugh at my younger teaching self a bit…:)
    https://www.wired.com/2015/01/need-know-learning-styles-myth-two-minutes/

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  2. gspottedpen
    November 22 @ 10:42 pm

    Being a teacher myself this is enlightening for me. I am teaching a syllabus which is so much rote and think in the box learning. I have to devise ways to get out of the box. Thanks for the input. Anand Bose from Kerala

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  3. psiberite
    June 4 @ 6:46 am

    Your article is very informative, encouraging and motivating. I am glad that you like Howard Gardner. Anand Bose from Kerala

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  4. psiberite
    June 4 @ 6:49 am

    This is very enlightening. In India the school curriculum is very rote-centered. Your article gives insights into how assessment strategies can be made creative. Anand Bose from Kerala

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  5. psiberite
    June 4 @ 7:03 am

    Dear Jessica I have commented on your article but my comments are not showing up. Anand Bose from Kerala

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  6. Daniel sanaki
    April 11 @ 2:06 am

    I normally ask myself how do I become a unique teacher among my fellow ones?.. Upon reading this article, I have gotten an idea of how my uniqueness in the teaching field shall be achieved. Thank you.

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