1. Grain of salt: contemporary research shows how learning has other facets that are also important like grit
(i.e. repetitive application of hard work that has the right direction).
2. Contemporary research suggests that when learning a new concept is made "easier" using such methods its more efficient. On the contrary this is only the first step. Learning is better when its harder, but harder in a very specific sense: recall and mixing different concepts in tests spaced appropriately is really the hard work
3. Contemporary research is also very much against bucketing learning as just only about "Learning Styles", like learning with music, play and pictures for the very same reason as above.
I also love the WWC: https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/ Its a much standardize way look at what educational techniques pass muster in the real world. I wonder what similar to mathigon is present in WWC's list.
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