Learning Styles

Introduction

Have you ever wondered why you seem to do better with some instructors than with others in the same subject area? The answer is most likely tied to your learning style. Understanding your learning style, and how to meet the needs of that style, is a critical step on your path to becoming a more successful mathematics student.

We will explore the topic of learning styles by looking at:

What are Learning Styles?

Simply put, learning styles are different ways of learning. Your particular learning style has nothing to do with innate intelligence. Instead, it has everything to do with how your brain works most efficiently when processing new information. Your learning style is a part of who you are. It is something that you are born with.

Most experts agree that there are three basic learning styles. We all learn by seeing, hearing, and/or doing. Knowing your learning style, and how to take best advantage of its nuances, has a direct impact on your level of success in mathematics. The basic learning styles are:

You may posses either a single learning style, or a combination of any or all of the learning styles. You may even use different learning styles for different tasks. Let us look at how you can identify your particular learning style.

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