We all learn differently, and that’s OK

Learning preferences can help students create a unique educational experience

03/29/17 8:05pm

Paragraph after paragraph, I would read the text of my required reading material, becoming weary and frustrated that I couldn’t understand it.

Listening to lectures, I would miss important information because I have a hard time with auditory retention.

However, once I discovered I was a visual learner, I changed my study habits to be more visual by watching videos or creating pictures to outline complex concepts.

Every student has a different learning style, and it is important for students to embrace their individuality and the unique way they learn. Understanding what type of learner you are is important because this information can be used to your advantage in class and while studying… read more.


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