1. Introduction (To contents)
This area examines how human beings learn, and uses the insights of mainstream science and especially cognitive science to clarify misconceptions (myths) that have entered the education system and prevented students and teachers from fulfilling human potential.
I start with the a cognitive science model of human learning  and then follow this with a Monograph  released in 2013 by Dunlosky et al (the team included Professor Dan. Willingham see for a video of him debunking Learning Styles theory here) that reviews the top 10 approaches based on a review of the literature.
The Scientific American magazine then did a summary of the paper  that makes it much more understandable and clearer to read.
The rest of the sections  onwards on this page cover further approaches beyond the top 10 outlined in sections  / . I then finish with a summary of the theory of ‘cognitive load’ (hence reducing variety and pace) which is linked to ‘problem solving’ strategies and some background on sections  and .
3. Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions From Cognitive and Educational Psychology (To contents)
4. What works and what does not - Scientific American article on the above research paper (To contents)
9. Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student Learning .pdf (To contents)
The Science of learning