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By keying teaching and assessment techniques to the diverse ways people think and learn, teachers will be surprised at how much smarter their students get. When I received a C in my introductory psychology course, I concluded and my teacher concurred that I did not have the ability to pursue my true interest and intended major— psychology. I decided to switch to mathematics. But discovering that I had even less ability in that subject, I returned to psychology; three years later I was graduated summa cum laude with exceptional distinction in that field.
While most of us fall across the spectrum of each of these styles, facilitating lessons that are engaging on all levels will give your students the best chance of success. Auditory learners like to hear solutions and examples explained to them, and may gravitate towards music subjects and group learning as a way to understand information. Auditory learners often have a high aptitude for distinguishing notes and tones in music and speech. Auditory learners might say words out loud or hum tones to better learn them. This strategy is key for keeping musical learners engaged in class lessons. Auditory learners will be engaged from start to finish.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The study aimed to recognize The Thinking styles "in light of Sternberg's theory" prevailing among the students of Tafila Technical University and its relationship with some Variables. The sample consisted of students male and female chosen in stratified, clustered and random method. The researcher used a list of methods for Sternberg and Wagner for the instrument of the study. Save to Library. Create Alert.
Akbarzadeh, M. Study of personal and educational factors associated with thinking styles and its relationship to academic achievement among students of Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman. Unpublished M. A Thesis. Faculty of Humanities and Literature. Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman.
Skip to content. Skip to navigation. Most people can be flexible and organised, learn from mistakes and imagine things they have not experienced. We recognise similarities and from experience apply tried solutions to new problems.