CEA poster: 3 neuromyths are shattered

October 2, 2015 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

From the Canadian Education Association website is a poster titled Shattering 3 Myths of Teaching and Learning: Neuromyths are common misconceptions about how the brain functions . Check this out!

The 3 neuromyths are:

  1. Students learn best when they receive information in their preferred learning style
  2. Differences in left brain/right brain dominance can help to explain differences among learners
  3. Short periods of coordination can improve the integration of left/right function (you have to read this one carefully)

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