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    learning style

    can any body jast explane to me how my learnig style can be affected ?

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    Re: learning style


    I'm not exactly sure about what you are asking, but I think that you are wondering whether it is possible to change your learning style. Is that right?

    It seems that people have certain ways in which they prefer to learn, and for most people these can become pretty strong habits. But sometimes, we develop learning habits that are not always the best match for how our particular brains process information. It is certainly possible to learn new strategies and styles for learning. All learners can benefit from trying new ways of learning new information: the more of our senses we can use in learning, the better we can remember the information.

    I hope this makes sense!


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