Unformatted text preview: just talk. I have a hard time paying attention to these kind of presentations. When I was in high school I struggled with teachers who they sat in the front of the room or stood in front of the chalk board and wrote or talked. I found that I learned the material better by being able to read it. The only exception to this was math. That is the one class that I needed a teacher up there explaining the steps of how to solve a problem so that I could take notes to use later when I went to do the actual assignment. Even that didn't help because I still struggled with math. The way that each person retains information is not only dependent on their learning style, but the way that the information is presented to them....
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- Fall '09
- Psychology, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, additional information, Talk radio