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Running head: LEARNING STYLES 1 Learning Styles Angel Bingham GEN/105 June 5, 2011 Dr. Christopher Summerlin
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LEARNING STYLES 2 Learning Styles Upon completion of the personality spectrum and learning assessment, I gained a better understanding of myself and the way I learn new things. Furthermore, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that I am not that different from other people. Finding a name to put to my learning style and my personality was a refreshing discovery. I am what is referred to as an intrapersonal as well as a logical-mathematical learner. Many of the study techniques suggested in chapter 2 I practice on a consistent basis now. Organizing material and developing charts is a couple of my favorite study styles. In an effort to retain as much information as possible, I study in silence. I have never been able to concentrate on more than one thing at a time when I am learning something new. This is not to say that cannot multi-task because I can. However, before I can do something with ease, I must devote
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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