Unformatted text preview: does, but they know if they need pictures or if they have to physically do the task to learn it. It seems like the author blurred the line with this chapter. I agree with your assessment, it sounds to me like you and I are on the same page with this chapter. Sounds like the author blurred the line. You mentioned numerous different learning styles in your post that all pertained to you in different situations. I think that all people maintain different styles and I don't think that we should be labeled one or the other. It seems like a lot of the students are in agreement with me, the questions were very blurred and more than one answer was applicable. I found myself doing the same thing you mentioned when attempting to figure out which answer was the best because I could have chosen a few for most of the questions. I also agree with you about one person with a few different learning styles depending on the learning situation....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, Subject matter, secondary learning style