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More on the learning styles myth...

Dr. Charles Hodges has kindly shared this short succinct set of slides on learning styles:

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Steve Wheeler’s article: A convenient untruth

There are more links and info on learning styles in a previous blog post:  6 more words

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Infowars' 'Common Core' Sex Ed. Story DEBUNKED. Reverse Image Search strikes again! -- video included

Sheila Aliens
Sept 15, 2014

Below is a full screenshot of the article which they have since taken down. Well it got plenty of comments and shares before they took it down, maybe they should make it practice to check shit out before posting it and not the other way around and only OMITTING content when the backlash from the content is big enough to cause a stir. 364 more words

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Learning styles: What the research says

What are Learning Styles?

Learning styles, more specifically Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences (MI) hypothesis¹ including the concept of “meshing” claims that if we ask learners for their preferences of modes of learning, e.g. 280 more words

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I Couldn't Remain Silent On This Any Longer

For a while now, I’ve been travelling the internet, trying to correct, and educate folks about different points of science. I try to correct, and teach the truth about vaccines, and transgenic foods (more commonly known as GMOs), and other, similar things. 1,440 more words

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Gay Myths: Debunked

How many times have you heard that our sexual orientation is a choice? Or how about this one ladies, we all hate men? Over the years the amount of myths and rumors we hear about our sexual preferences have grown at a staggering rate. 318 more words

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Snoped Again

My daughter shot big holes through my blog, Two Moon Day. https://whyirideharleys.wordpress.com/

While it made me feel a little stupid for being so trusting of anything I read on Facebook, I still enjoyed writing the piece. 79 more words

The Debunker Files: The Philadelphia Experiment

Now, don’t lose your shit: this isn’t a creepypasta; it’s an urban legend. Tomato, tomato right? That sounds much better spoken than written. I especially like this story for two reasons: one, it’s set in my hometown, and two, Morey’s Piers in Wildwood made a kickass ride about it. 1,470 more words