Interpersonal, intrapersonal, and musical are the three learning style that best fit me according to my assessments. Having both interpersonal and intrapersonal learning styles, I am able to work with people of all different learning styles. Interpersonal learning means the ability to feel what others feel when they make points, noticing what their moods made be that particular day, and feelings. The interpersonal learner works great with mostly everyone in the group and likes to be the leader and taking charge.
The strategy of communication for an interpersonal learner would be to see from others feelings and points. An Interpersonal individual can distinguish everyone’s points and keeps a relationship with everyone in the group. The intrapersonal learner evaluates their own thinking and can be difficult to work with because he or she tend to stay to themselves and at times are not willing to open up until really asked or forced to do so for the discussion. The interpersonal learner creates a comprehensive understanding of misunderstanding within the group. The intrapersonal learner works better in his or her own personal space and would probably keep their material in a journal or private folder until time to present what he or she had recorded. Finally, the musical learner is a good listener and also memorizes by blocking everything out and really paying close attention to what he or she is listening to. I love to dance and always could keep up with any music I hear, so being a musical learner makes me a good listener. In a group setting, I could make different rhythms out of words or even create a rap out of the material that my team might be