Learning Styles

Learning Styles
8 vote[s] 100%

 

It is widely accepted that people acquire and absorb new information differently. For instance, some people learn better when they see pictures, colors, diagrams and other types of visual illustrations. Other people learn better when they hear sounds, discussions, dialog and other types of audible communications. These learning singularities prompted researchers to study in depth the way we learn and introduced the theoretical concept of Learning Styles

  • Format: Standard
  • Words: 835
  • References: 5