The GREAT 70-20-10 Debate

The Debunker Club (, one of my hobbies, is hosting a debate about the potency/viability of the 70-20-10 model. For more information, go directly to […]

What's Wrong With This Picture?

I must be in a bad mood -- or maybe I've been unlucky in clinking on links -- but this infographic is horrifying. Indeed, it's […]

Join The Debunker Club in Gathering Intel on Neuroscience-and-Learning

The Debunker Club, formed to fight myths and misconceptions in the learning field, is currently seeking public comment on the possibility that so-called neuroscience-based recommendations […]

People! Don't Remember 10%, 20%, or 30% of this! Remember it all!

A year and a half ago, three esteemed researchers (and me) published a series of articles debunking the meme that people remember 10% of what […]

Brain Based Learning and Neuroscience – What the Research Says!

The world of learning and development is on the cusp of change. One of the most promising—and prominent—paradigms comes from neuroscience. Go to any conference […]

Wisdom from John Medina -- and Lunch

John Medina, author of Brain Rules, and Development Molecular Biologist at University of Washington/ Seattle Pacific University, was today's keynote speaker at PCMA's Education Conference […]

Max C Roser and 223 of his closest friends are Enemies of the Truth!

Like an arrow through the heart! Max Roser's tweet really kills. With his one tweet he spread false, misleading, and dangerous information to thousands -- […]

Top 10 Reasons to Write a Blog Post Debunking the Learning Styles Myth

To honor David Letterman soon after his sign off, I'll use his inverted top-10 design. The following represent the Top 10 Reasons to Write a […]

June is Debunk Learning Styles Month

June is Debunk Learning Styles Month in the learning field! One of the most ubiquitous myths in the world today, learning styles has risen to […]

Excellent New Book Debunking Learning and Education Myths

There's too much crap floating around the learning and education fields; too many myths, misconceptions, and maladaptive learning designs. I started The Debunker Club and […]

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