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Learning Styles



Our brains are miraculous complex organs that process information in many different ways, and there have been many attempts to categorize all of our various “learning styles.” Some sort them by how we like to receive information (such as visually or kinesthetically), some sort them by how we like to process the information (such as by reflecting or acting), and some sort them by our preferred psychological states (such as competitive or collaborative). What is important is not an official categorization, but rather figuring out what circumstances work best for us.

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