Learning Types

What Type of Learner Are You?

One of the things I have become more aware of as I am working on my second master’s degree is my learning style. For most of my undergraduate career, I ¬†assumed that there was one way to learn. And that one way of learning, that was not necessarily the best option for me, was the only way.

Today, I continue to be gratefully that researchers are constantly finding more support for the different ways we learn. My need to learn differently has had a huge impact on how I think about faith exploration with children and youth. That one way is not going to work nor should it work for everyone. We must continue to be creative and imagination as we think about the ways we share the Story.

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