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Dynamic Learning Styles

By

Stuart Macmillan

Copyright 2011 Stuart Macmillan

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How You Learn

Before you can find out how to learn things easier, you need to know how you actually learn.

Whether you are in a classroom environment or learning by yourself, information is being put to you in many different ways through all of your senses.

For example: When you are watching television, information is being put into your brain through the senses of sight (the images you are watching) and hearing (the sounds associated with the pictures). If you were watching a sports game that you are really interested in, you will also receive information through your feelings (the excitement of a player scoring a goal for example).

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