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Phase 2 Discussion Board 1 Running Head: PHASE 2 DISCUSSION BOARD: LEARNING STYLES Phase 2 Discussion Board: Learning Styles Chris Normand Colorado Technical University Psychology 105-06 Prof. Tracy Barrand April 11, 2010
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Phase 2 Discussion Board 2 Phase 2 Discussion Board: Learning Styles Prof. Barrand and Classmates, There are many different learning styles. Learning style is defined as how individuals accesses information, assimilate it, derive meaning from the information, and finally is able to remember and recall the information and make use of it personally. Most people can learn in different ways. However, most people prefer one particular learning style to the others (Learning Styles and Memory, 2010, para. 2). The three main learning styles our text discusses and the three that we are most concerned with are “Visual”, “Auditory”, and “Kinesthetic.” Visual style is just that. It is the style a person uses to learn and incorporates visual reading or seeing information. A person that uses the visual style is one that prefers reading material, using overhead projections, Power Point Presentations, and Internet Examples. Visual learners are usually able to visualize or picture things in their mind when they hear others talk or when they are in the process of learning ((Learning Styles and Memory, 2010, para. 3-4). Style number two is auditory learning style. The person that is predominately an auditory
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