What is Your Learning Style?
Today I want to talk about autonomous learning and what that means for you. You might have read on this blog before, or somewhere else for that matter, that all adults learn differently - or at least that every adult has a different framework around what learning means, how it should occur, and which conditions are needed in order for it to happen. This is because we've all had a certain school career, where teachers and administrators structured everything for us, for the most part. (This, of course, depends on where you live. My experience is of American public school.) I remember hearing about learning styles in school. I got to experience it first hand as well. Some of my teachers would have us move around the room, do things with our left and right arms, legs, and experiment with games and try out other teaching methods. I'm grateful to have those memories to draw on. We learn every day as a part of our growing up, but when we become adults, we c