One size does not fit all.
This is the crux of Malcolm Gladwell’s 18-minute talk. He gave this talk just before his book “Blink” went huge. He makes an eloquent argument for the nature of choice and happiness. There is no one perfect spaghetti sauce that fits everyone. There is no one perfect Pepsi which everyone likes.
If you translate this to medical education, why are we teaching our learners all the same way? There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Learning should be more individualized. Perhaps we can cluster students by learning style or personality types?