Individuals with Different Learning Styles and Personality Types

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Individuals with Different Learning Styles and Personality Types: Presenting Dynamic Tactics for
Cooperation and Communication in a Group
Melissa Milligan

Learning Styles
Another particular learning style is Logical-Mathematical. An individual with this learning type would be great at solving group problems. If group conflict where to occur the Logical-Mathematical would look at arguments where truth of conclusion would be guaranteed and follow up with reason’s supporting the truth. They are great at communicating connections and relationships and would be able to explain material sequentially for a group (Bishop, 2007, p. 4-5). A learner of this type would love to be designated to take on the task of creating charts and graphs for group assignments. Last but not least, the third learning style I am going to discuss is Interpersonal. Cooperation, communication and working in a group environment is this learners finest qualities hence helping, understanding and cooperative learning is how they understand information best. Communication is best made both verbally and non-verbally for them (Bishop, 2007, p.5). The Interpersonal is great at relating to others that is one ability that would be great to have them as a group member, not only that but they view perspectives from other’s opinions helping the group to maintain good relations (Bishop, 2007, p.5). Just like learning styles, personality traits are equally important when it comes to a group environment and being understanding of each member’s personality will help a group better understand not only oneself but others in the group as well. “Personality significantly influences team behavior” (Robbins, Pulling in the Same Direction, p.40). Having your personality assessed will help you and group members to understand how one reacts to people, events, information, thoughts and feelings (Bishop, 2007, p.8). Based on the personality spectrum having a good idea of what personality type you and...
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