Chapter 8 - Chapter 8: Learning Styles and Teaching Styles...

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Chapter 8: Learning Styles and Teaching Styles Analyzing Your Learning Style My Scores Part One: Independent (4-3) Part Two: Spatial (4-3) Part Three: Applied (5-2) Part Four: Auditory (4-3) Part Five: Pragmatic (4-3) Interpreting Your Scores Part One—Social or Independent Learners Preferred level of interaction with other people in the learning process If you are an independent learner, you prefer to work and study alone. You tend to be self-directed or self-motivated, and you are often goal-orientated. Part Two—Spatial or Verbal Learners Ability to work with spatial relationships; Verbal learns lack skills in positioning things in space Spatial learners are able to visualize or mentally see how things work or how they are positioned in space. Their strengths may include drawing, assembling things, or repairing. Part Three—Applied or Conceptual Learners Describes the types of learning tasks and learning situations you prefer and find easiest to handle If you are an applied learner, you prefer tasks that involve real objects and
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2008 for the course HUM 100 taught by Professor Labairon during the Fall '06 term at South Central College: Faribault Campus.

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Chapter 8 - Chapter 8: Learning Styles and Teaching Styles...

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