Hey ECMPers. I would be really interested to here your thoughts on this article, which kind of flies in the face of some of the stuff we've been taught regarding Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences. The article offers a lot of compelling points as to why Learning Styles are a myth and don't exist. It also outlines some ways that teaching to learning styles could be problematic in the development of student identity. In what ways have you seen (or not seen) evidence of learning styles in your teaching experiences? 
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