What Is Your Learning Style?

Have you ever wondered why you can retain some information but can’t remember others? It may depend on your individual learning style. Learning styles refer to the ways you prefer to approach new information. The way we understand and process information is dependent on our learning styles, which can be broken down into three primary categories.

  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Tactile

Learning Styles affect everything you do, how you think, your work, and even your relationships. Many people use a combination of learning styles, whereas others learn best by using just one. Want to know your learning style? Take this quick quiz by Edustaff to find out.

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1 Comment

  1. The learning styles theory has been fairly thoroughly debunked in all serious research. At best it is harmless, at worst it supports deterministic thinking in education. It is irresponsible to promulgate ideas for which there is no evidence.

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