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Select and complete one of the learning preference tools provided in the course to determine your dominant learning preference or style. Address the following in your discussion posting: What was the result of the learning inventory that you took? Do you feel it is an accurate representation of how you prefer to learn? Describe a past or present learning experience in which you participated that was designed with your learning style or preference in mind. Describe a past or present learning experience in which you participated that was not designed with your learning style or preference in mind. Did you make adaptations or do extra study/work in order to learn? Are there some slight changes that could have been made to the instructional design in order to better meet your learning preference? I took the VARK questionnaire at .
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