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Running head: LEARNING STYLES 1 Learning Styles Colleen Flannery Gen 105 September 19, 2010 Dr. Suchitra Abel
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LEARNING STYLES 2 Learning Styles The need to apply study techniques in distance learning environment is no different from while attending a traditional classroom environment. Taking the intelligence of logical-mathematical and applying it to the studies in distance learning assists in all areas of learning. Breaking down words to the roots, suffixes and prefixes assists in the learning and understanding of the vocabulary of the area of work being studied. Understanding of the vocabulary in the material you are learning better grasp on the meaning of the material in whole. Even though my strongest intelligence is logical-mathematical using other intelligences at times can assist in the learning experiences. Improving the less developed areas or intelligences will assist in your ability to understand and even improve understanding of material. Some of the intelligences currently in
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course GEN GEN 105 taught by Professor Suchitraabel during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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