Learning Myths Quiz

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© Kevin Leung 2017

As instructors, we’ve probably heard many tips on teaching and studying throughout our careers.  How many of these prescriptions actually hold up in the research? You might be wondering: Should we tailor teaching to different learning styles? What’s the best way for students to review materials for an exam? Do left-brained and right-brained people learn differently?

Extensive psychology research has shed light on these questions.  Take this short quiz yourself (below) to see if you still subscribe to any learning myths!

QUIZ

1 thought on “Learning Myths Quiz

  1. Well, I learned a few things! Along the same line, I heard on the radio as I was commuting for an hour to work, that chewing gum while you study, then chewing the same flavour when writing the test, improves your results. I closed my eyes and sighed for longer than is prudent when operating a non-self-driving car….

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