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Learning Styles. Learning Styles. The brain has 2 sides and each hemisphere functions differently. Most of us depend on one side of the brain more than the other as we learn new information. Left Brain Lerner. Sees in parts Logical Learns in numbered steps Follows in straight line
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Learning Styles • The brain has 2 sides and each hemisphere functions differently. Most of us depend on one side of the brain more than the other as we learn new information.
Left Brain Lerner • Sees in parts • Logical • Learns in numbered steps • Follows in straight line • Likes words; detail oriented • Orderly; organized • Analytical; needs instruction book
Right Brain learner • Sees the whole picture • Creative • Learns by figuring things out • Sees the pattern • Likes images • Spontaneous • Remembers names • Doesn’t need instruction book
Auditory • Learns more effectively through hearing, verbal instructions
Visual • Learns from seeing, • Thinks in pictures • Learns more from reading than hearing instructions
Kinesthetic • Prefers to learn by doing, • Hands-on instruction • Touch is important
Introvert • Quieter • More private • Are shy and more comfortable with familiar circumstances • Crowds make them uncomfortable
Extrovert • Are outgoing • Like the sanguine personality types • They do well in crowds • Enjoy meeting new people • Tend to be talkers and doers • Looking for the action • Thrives on activity
It is important to know yourself and to be aware of your habits and skills. Gaining a solid knowledge of who you are is one of the most important steps of your development.