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There are many different theories about the way we learn....we are not going to try and cover them here but we would like to suggest a couple of things:
Firstly, that everyone learns in a different way;
Secondly, that there is no 'best' way to learn that suits everyone; and
Thirdly, not everyone can achieve high grades in every subject. You may be strong in one subject and not in others. You may also find some subjects are easier for you to learn that others.
At Studyvibe we suggest that everyone is 'wired' in a very unique way so there is no point in comparing ourselves with our classmates.
We focus on trying to get you as a learner to understand what your learning strengths and weaknesses are and what you can do to be a better learner. We want you to think about your thinking and to try and find the 'best' strategies that suit your preferred way of learning.
So what are the different ways of learning?
We are going to look at three different approaches. These three approaches are not the only ones but they may help you understand a little bit more about how you learn and why maybe you are stronger in some areas that others.
You can choose one, two or all approaches to explore. If this is an area of interest to you there are many more resources on the web you might like to look at. Start with some of the links we have provided.