Preferred Learning Styles
Introduction: What is learning?
How Do People Learn?
What is a Preferred Learning Style?
How to Reach Everyone.
What Teachers Can Do.
What employers Can Do.
What students Can Do.
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They have become more aware of and more responsive to the research that has been done in the area of learning and learning styles (Snyder, 2000). Learning is an interactive process, the product of student and teacher activity within a specific learning environment. These activities, which are the central elements of the learning process, show a wide variation in pattern, style and quality (Hood, 1995).”