Individuals learn better when they receive information in their preferred learning style (e.g., auditory, visual, kinesthetic).
There’s no scientific evidence that children have learning styles that are dominated by particular senses.
People with dyslexia do not see letters backward.
Listening to classical music increases children’s reasoning ability.
Children are less attentive after consuming sugary drinks and/ or snacks.
Some of us are “left-brained” and some are “right-brained,” and this helps explain differences in learning.
We use 100% of our brain.