Seven “styles” of learning

I always have my doubts about these things. Even when their designers don’t intend it – when they try to emphasise that the same person will use different styles at different times on different topics/tasks –  people looking at the model sometimes say “My style is x” or “Your style is y”.  Rigidifying and crude-ifying something that is more nuanced and fluid.  Still and all, here is this, on styles of learning…



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