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Learning Styles by Mind Map: Learning Styles
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Learning Styles

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Visual-Verbal

Visual

Learn by accessing and creating - mind maps - diagrams - photos

Flow charts

Photographs

Mind maps

Verbal

Learn by Listening and reading Writing and speaking Narrative Written exercises Discussion

Intuitive-Sensing

Intuitive

Inventive Imaginative Abstract Idealistic Give them an opportunity to create, to speculate, to imagine

Sensing

Concrete Lives in the present Aware of surroundings Notices details Likes practicalwork, lab sessions, solving problems using well established methods

Global-Sequential

Global

Need to see the big picture Fuzzy on detail

Advance organisers

Block diagrams

Sequential

Step by step Simple to complex Chronology/timeline

Active-Reflective

Active

"Let's try it and see" Group work Discussion Project work

Reflective

"Let's think about this first" Observant, Cautious Reluctant to participate until they have mulled over a problem Use journals, blogs, think pair share Discussion?

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