Archive for January, 2021

  • If Not Learning Styles Theory, Then What?

    As of the last major literature review in 2008, there’s still very little evidence that people learn best when information is processed according to their purported “learning style.” Individuals may have preferred thinking styles, says cognitive psychologist Daniel Willingham, but these don’t serve them when the processing method (e.g. visual) doesn’t match up to the… Read More

  • The Future of Physical Therapies

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    January 12th, 2021 No Comments Features

    Physical therapies encompass much more than the classic image of helping patients recover from stroke or sports injury. There is a wide range of specialisations within the field of physical therapy, including occupational and speech language therapy, each with unique practices and techniques for improving people’s quality of life. Demand for physical therapists will remain… Read More

  • How to Navigate Online Learning in 2021

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    January 10th, 2021 No Comments Features

    As we approach one year since the pandemic hit most of the world, it’s worth taking a look at how online learning will continue to expand and develop in 2021. One thing that’s clear is that it will continue to be an important option even if schools and companies return to their physical locations, and… Read More