Learning Style : Strength, Weaknesses, And Preferences

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A learning style is an individual's approach to learning based on strengths, weaknesses, and preferences. Knowing yourself as a learner is important if you want to achieve to the best of your ability. When it comes to processing information, your brain is the most important part of your body. There are four different types of learning styles, Visual, Auditory, Read/Write learning and last Kinesthetic. Taking the VARK learning style questionnaire I have come across that I have two learning styles in which I learn best in and that includes Reading and Writing, along with being a Kinesthetic learner. Having a Read and Write learning style means that this preference uses the printed word as the most important way to convey and receive information. The next learning style I achieved high in is Kinesthetic, this preference uses your experiences and the things that are real even when they are shown in pictures and on screens. Growing up I have always struggled in school, I remember the first time I figured out what type of learning style was best for me and If I remember correctly I was in 4th or 5th grade and the counselor at my school had come into our class to help everyone figure out what they’re learning style was and being older now my learning styles are still the same and I have realized what a difference it has made in my grades. Some of the strategies I use to learn new things that I believe really help me in the read and write learning style include
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