STLC Learning styles - Learning Styles Assignment...

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Learning Styles Assignment Description of Elements You are to explore the relationship between each of the learning styles we discussed in class: MBTI, Colors, and Auditory-Verbal-Kinesthetic. You are to type a three part outline describing how each of the learning styles impacts how you learn and study. Each of the learning styles provides you with techniques that “fit” your preferred style of learning. What are those? Specifically address how you will implement those techniques. The outline must be typed & single-spaced. Please use the following format (notice that it is in the outline format you are to follow). 1. Open up a new word document 2. Copy ONLY the outline (next page) into the new word document. DO NOT include the directions. 3. Type your answers to the questions next to the roman numerals. Discuss means to elaborate on those techniques. Describe means to tell me specifically how you will implement them. Due Tuesday, October 28, at 10pm. You will submit this on elearning (elearning.tamu.edu).
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