Ever wonder why some people are known as "straight A students" while other people struggle in school - even though they're smart? Do you know people who didn't finish high school, and have found great success in their careers?
People learn in different ways. And no one has a better learning style than anyone else. Some experts say there are as many as seven different learning styles; but it's easier to narrow it down to three types of learning...
1. Listening learners
2. Seeing learners
3. Touch or Experience learners
Think about one of life's earliest lessons - often taught by our mother:
The Stove Can Burn You.
Listening learners heard their mother, believed the information, and never touched a stove. Seeing learners watched their brother touch the stove, and never touched it. Experience learners touched the stove; but only once!
Most people combine the styles of learning. So how do you learn?
Which "Authoring Tools" will you implement to support all three
ways of learning in your next project?