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What’s Your Learning Style?

What’s Your Learning Style?

Learning is the process of acquiring new understanding, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, attitudes and preferences. The ability to learn is possessed by humans, animals and some machines; there is also evidence for some kind of learning in certain plants.

There are 8 types of learning:

  • Visual learning
  • Auditive learning
  • Verbal learning
  • Physical learning
  • Logical learning
  • Social learning
  • Solitary learning
  • Naturalistic learning

Learning starts from young age. Little kids 2-3 years old learn the numbers, alphabet and colours in different ways, for example they can learn the numbers while writing them in sand or rice. It’s just a simple way of learning for kids.

Teenagers have a rough time learning. Why not make it fun?

Here are some tips I use:

  • Listen to good music
  • Organise your working table
  • Organise your time (I learn for 20 minutes and take a 5 min break)
  • Learn the subject you hate the most first then the subject you love (the best for the end)
  • I also try and study in different places

You have tons of homework. Do you do the easy or the hard one first? Remember your goal is to finish your work as fast as possible so you can go back to more important things like scrolling on your phone.  The best technique is hard start jump too easy. Start with the hard questions and work on them as much as you can, as soon as you have a mental block jump to the easy questions. When you have a flash of insight jump to the hard question& repeat.

As a wise K-pop idol once said: ”Studying is not everything but you should go and study because you have to!”

Take it as a joke, but yeah Its true.

The importance of having fun while learning

Life without laughter, entertainment and fun would be grey and downright dull. Life is too short to be boring. I hope this article made you giggle and I hope I made your way of learning easier.


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