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Learning Styles Sandra Elmore Learning Styles COLL100 December 18, 2010
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Learning Styles After reading over the pages 35-37 and finding out my score for each area. I found out that my Primary learning style is Visual and my Secondary learning style is Tactile/Kinesthetic. I like to see things being done and imagine the actions of the situation. When it comes to following directions I like to look at pictures and then figure it out as I go. If things do not go right I will try it again, but in another way without actually reading over the directions. I have found that this is sometimes a problem for me. This is especially a problem when it comes to learning new materials in classes and at work. I agree with what the material says that my primary learning style is visual and that my secondary learning style is tactile/kinesthetic. This is because I like to learn by looking at pictures and imaging things while also being hands on.
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Unformatted text preview: Sometimes when I try to remember how to spell out a word I like to write it in the air and imagine seeing in being written. This helps me to remember how to spell the word that I am trying to spell. Replies Posted by Sandra Elmore Sun Dec 19 17:39:53 2010. Message: I scored the lowest in the Auditory section of the learning styles. It seems like for me when I hear someone talking I find myself wondering off in my head about something that they said. That is one of the reasons that I like long distance learning rather than setting in a classroom all day listening to someone explain things. It just goes in one ear and out the other. Posted by Sandra Elmore Sun Dec 19 17:42:49 2010. Message: I understand everything that you are saying about having to see something done to be able to do it yourself. That is how I am. I scored Visual as my primary learning style as well. Learning Styles...
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