I had to suffer through a lot of pseudo-science to earn my master's in education. I am suffering through more of it now while I "study" for my administration license. In fact, because anachronistic theories such as VAK (visual, auditory, kinesthetic learners) get floated around so much in the education community, I have put off even searching for good research because I believed none existed. I'm still not sure, but I'd like to find out and I trust the PF community about a thousand times more than I trust the professors of the courses I'm taking. Can anyone recommend journals, magazines, books, websites, stone tablets, or anything else that are based on solid research?