Today it is widely understood that not everyone learns the same way. Many schools have special programs for people with dyslexia; standardized tests are being questioned; and alternative schools are gaining popularity. It was Neil Fleming who began research in the early ‘90s to determine why some teachers were more effective than others. He then developed the VARK questionnaire that today poses just 16 questions to determine one’s learning style.
Read the full article on Youth Time Magazine, originally published on July 20th.