Learning styles are a little like going to a psychic: The information is general enough that you can think of how you fit into a style based on already accepted assumptions you have about yourself.
There are a variety of types of training modalities you can offer your learners, and many criteria to use when deciding which modality – or modalities – to use in a given training program. One criteria you can use is learner preferences.
An evidence-based way of incorporating individual learner differences into training modality selection is to pick training modalities based on learner preferences.
The age of artificial intelligence (AI) has arrived, and with it a myriad of questions about its potential impact on learning and development.
According to the latest brain science, reality and imagination seem to flow inversely along the same paths within our brains, across what they call our “mental workspace.”
Instead of relying on learning styles to achieve educational success, we need an alternative. That alternative is task-based design.