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When it comes to learning, each one of us tends to have different ways to approach the material. We often have preferences and learn better when we can approach our learning in particular ways. For example, some people learn better when they can see it represented in a visual way, while others prefer to have someone explain it to them. These different preferences are known as learning styles.

Many of us have a number of different learning styles. While you might learn best when someone explains it to you, it also helps when you have the chance to try it out for yourself. By combining different approaches we can give our students better chances to interact with

Teaching Tip: Learning Styles

Each one of our students is unique, and so is how they learn. A number of different models have been proposed to explain these varying learning styles. In the model proposed by Dr. Richard Felder and Barbara Soloman, they discuss one learning style identified as sequential or global. They suggest that students lean toward a preference for either a sequential or a global presentation of


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