Tag Archives: learning styles

Guest Post: Helping Students with Stealth Dyslexia

This is the last in a series of guest posts from Brian Smith, an educator from North Carolina. Please share your experiences with dyslexia or stealth dyslexia in the comments. In the simplest terms, dyslexia is an unexplained learning difficulty in reading that is not typical of the students’ general intelligence. Dyslexia is not a vision problem but […]

Should Lesson Plans Be Based on Learning Styles?

Many teachers make it a priority to present material in a variety of formats. They fight hard to make sure that every student walks away understanding each lesson. After all, tailoring lessons that speak to each student’s learning style is important, right? As it turns out, researchers are scrutinizing the widely accepted theory that every […]