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Michael Sierra Dr. Craig T. Follins Gen 200, Foundations for General Education and Academic Success 01/03/2011 Many people today have different learning styles and different personality traits. Every day we communicate with others in different ways. We have to read something either it be reports for work, newspapers or even just a book. We not only have to read but understand what we are reading. In 1983, Howard Gardner, a Harvard University professor shared his theory on what he believed there were eight types of learning styles and that each of us possess one or more of these styles. An assessment was created by the professor in which the score ranged from one (rarely) to four (always). Based on these results you will find out your learning style. We all also possess different personally traits as defined in the personality spectrum. The Personality Spectrum was created and based on the works of Katherine Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers in which they believed there were at least sixteen personality types. The Personality Spectrum divides the sixteen
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course GEN 200 taught by Professor Daimenfleming during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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