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Learning styles and techniques
Learning styles is an area that is quite valuable to consider in the context of teaching and working with students. In any area of learning and acquiring new information, and especially in classroom type settings, the various ways in which people learn and process information becomes an important consideration. The following article will seek to define and give brief explanation of various learning styles, examine what impact those preferences have on learning and the student, and consider various ways in which teaching and imparting of information should take into account the variety in teaching styles that exists. The learning styles that will be considered here are sensory, intuitive, visual, verbal, active, reflexive, sequential, and global. These various styles all exist in couplets with an opposite on the spectrum. Thus a sensory style usually stands in contrast to the intuitive, visual contrasts verbal, and so on. Sensory styles of learning prefer concrete, factual information and respond well to practical and procedural information. Intuitive styles on the other hand prefer conceptual and theoretical information, and stress meaning over cold hard facts. A visual learning style likes to learn and process information through visual