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    Overview A learning style is a preference that someone has about how they want information is given to them. This preference also involves how their environment is, how they expect others to act around them, how they understand and process information given to them, and how they prefer to give information. According to the Gregorc Modle, there are 4 different learning styles. Dominate Concrete Sequential, Dominate Abstract Sequential, Dominate Abstract Random, and Dominate Concrete Random. It is important to know your learning style and the traits of other learning styles. When you know your learning style you can understand why you prefer to do things in a certain way and how your learning style meshes with others. Knowing the traits of the…

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    Learning Styles

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    The most common—but not the only—hypothesis about the instructional relevance of learning styles is the meshing hypothesis, according to which instruction is best provided in a format that matches the preferences of the learner (e.g., for a ‘‘visual learner,’’ emphasizing visual presentation of information). (Pashler et al., 2009) Learning is a very unique concept as in one regard some people might refer to learning as a means of retaining knowledge while others might refer to learning as a…

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    Classroom Learning Style

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    environment of the traditional classroom setting. Although the students liked the online portion for extra practice, they still wanted the face-to-face instruction. Although educators may think that the younger generation would prefer online assignments, it is important to understand that some may feel uncomfortable with that environment. When implementing a blended learning environment, no matter what learning preference one may hold, it is important to have a balanced environment of both in…

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    Myth Of Learning Styles

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    The Myth of Learning Styles “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” This quote, by Ignacio Estrada, encapsulates the current American view of the learning styles theory. What learning style do you prefer to learn by? Some styles are more dominantly taught by educators than others. Is this fair? From the eyes of many, this would give some people a privilege that other people might not have based on their individual learning style. What is the truth…

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    Learning Style Assessment

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    All individuals are different, we don’t all learn the same and there are unique qualities in us all. For example, we all learn in different ways and therefore we all have our own learning style. There are three different learning styles such as visual, auditory and kinesthetic/tactile, these 3 elements determine how well a person acquires information and are important factors in determining what study methods are assimilated as a person grows. After completing two different learning style…

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    same and there are unique qualities in us all. For example, we all learn in different ways and therefore we all have our own learning style. There are three different learning styles, visual, auditory and kinesthetic/tactile learners, these 3 elements determine how well you learn and they are important factors in determining what study methods you should use and assimilate as you grow. After taking two different learning style tests I discovered that I am not only a visual learner but also a…

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    Cognitive Learning Styles

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    child, as being disobedient. In reality, it is impossible for a child to learn in a way that does not appeal to him or her. Each student has his or her own learning style (also called cognitive style). It is the job of a teacher to introduce different learning styles. So that, the student is able to…

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    Preferred Learning Style

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    use this skill, the usefulness of it help to compare, evaluate and to deal with the complexity of situations that I may encounter. Learning Skills (score # 10). It informs that I am able to grasp new knowledge, and sensibility needed to resolve a new problem using the feedback effectively to derive at the desired result. Conflict Resolution Skills (score # 9. This…

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    Since most classrooms are multigenerational it is necessary to include learning techniques that would involve different focal points, and depend on the student to choose their best learning style. The Generational Xers who are in the classroom may not benefit from the same learning style as the Millennials. The Generational Xers may benefit from a more empirical learning style such as described in Carper’s theory as reading, listening to lectures, reviewing the content and applying the content…

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    all of us with a unique personality that is reflective of our own life experiences. Every human being in this world is unique and each individual has different ways in which they learn. There are seven specific learning styles that we as society are meant to fit into: visual, aural, verbal, physical, logical, social and solitary. And although it 's to be believed that we should fit into one particular category, I believe that every individual likely falls into each learning style listed above,…

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