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We know that the theory of Learning Styles has been debunked by cognitive research for some time now.

Nevertheless, if we thought about learning styles not as some sort of sense-specialised teaching practice but just an indication of a learner's "learning preferences", wouldn't knowing the learning preferences of an individual be useful to at least show educators the easiest way to grab a learner's attention?

Couldn't we use a learning preference as a motivational tool like a gateway to more diverse and efective teaching techniques at least?

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