Introduction 3 Affects of learning styles 3-4
Types of learning style 4-5 Learning style and its influence 5-6
Benefits of learning styles 6-7
Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8
According to Keefe Learning style is, “The composite of characteristic cognitive, affective and psychological factors that serve as relatively stable indicators of how a learner perceives, interacts with, and responds to the learning environment” (Keefe, 1979, cited in Manuel Martinez-Pons 2001). A learning style is a unique set of individual skills and preferences that affects how a person perceives, gathers, and process information. Every individual has their own learning style. Knowing or understanding the learning style helps an individual to learn more effectively. Through learning style each individual learners begins to concentrate on the various aspects of studying things. There is no right way of studying but it’s the person who thinks their style of learning is right for them. So everyone has their own way of learning but without knowing this way an individual can never learn efficiently. AFFECTS OF LEARNING STYLES:
Learning style affects how a person:
acts in a group
participates in activities
relates to others
Teaches and works.
So through identifying the learning style a person can learn things better and also can achieve their comfort zone which is very helpful for the students.
TYPES OF LEARNING STYLES:
As we know the information that enters our brain basically through three main ways and these are: sight, hearing and touching and out of these the one which we use...
Bibliography: Manuel Martinez-Pons, 2001, the psychology of teaching & learning A Three-Step Approach, Great Britain, Biddles.
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