For years, instructional consultant, Eva Grouling Snider, was convinced she was a visual learner.  In this week's Teaching Innovation Blog article, Eva looks at learning styles theory and its relation to empirically-backed learning theories. Instead of pigeonholing students into categories of learners, she encourages us to create engaging and active learning experiences that benefit all learners.

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