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Unformatted text preview: over and over again also. If I learn through problem solving this will help as well. I will also start to use different colored highlighters when I am highlighting information. Drawing maps will increase my visual intelligence and making graphic charts when doing things. It is important to know your strengths because you can choose which strategies to use when studying and retaining information in school or even in the workplace. It can also help you set goals to increase your weaker areas in learning. When working in groups with your classmates, knowing each others strengths will help you decide who will be better at doing certain tasks when working on a project together. Knowing this is beneficial because if one person is weaker at reading charts or problem-solving, another classmate who is stronger in that area can do that part. You can assign each person to do the task that best fits their learning style and personality....
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2011 for the course GEN 101 taught by Professor Hershberger during the Spring '11 term at Central Arizona College.
- Spring '11