There are 8 Learning Styles
There are many learning styles that show people’s preferences for learning and processing new information. While these are not hard scientific categories and should be used more as guidelines than rules, there are 8 learning styles that are well recognized and act as useful tools in tailoring lessons to learners. And some are surprisingly specific.
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All students – young and old alike – have a specific learning style and are most successful when taught using that particular method.
Before continuing, let’s pause and talk about the elephant in the room. Is that opening sentence fact or fiction? On your test paper, write “F” for “Fact” or “F” for “Fiction.” You can do that because it appears there is no absolute, black-and-white, right-or-wrong answer here (some might disagree even there!).