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Learning Styles Jennifer Bryan University of Phoenix
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Learning Style We each learn and route information in different ways. Most teachers talked to us, and we answered their questions. Schools taught one way and didn't assist or encourage us to learn our unique styles. There are many different techniques to classify learning styles such as perceptual modality, information processing, and personality patterns. Perceptual modalities define biologically based reactions to our physical environment and represent the way we most efficiently adopt data. We should learn our perception style so we can seek out information in the format that we process most directly. Information processing distinguishes between the way we sense, think, solve problems, and remember information. Each of us has a preferred, consistent, distinct way of perceiving, organizing, and retaining information. Personality patterns focus on attention, emotion, and values. Perceptual modality refers to the primary way our bodies take in information. Commonly, researchers identify auditory, visual, kinesthetic,
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2011 for the course HIST 1101 taught by Professor Mcadams during the Spring '11 term at Central New Mexico Community College.

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