Left Brain Learning Style Analysis

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In the chapter five Brown (2007) states, learning styles left/right brain, Ambiguity tolerance, reflectivity/impulsivity, and visual/auditory/kinesthetic are discussed and I am able to relate to all of them. With the left/right brain learning style I know that I am a left brain thinker. I am very logical and focus on important details in the moment. Left brain is more dominant, but that is not necessarily a good thing. For instance, I am easily frustrated when I do not know something. It is hard for me to look at big picture projects when I want to focus on what is happening right now. I balance out being left brain with tolerant ambiguity. It is what tells me to make small, more achievable goals in order to accomplish larger goals because I know that it is difficult for me to focus on that.…show more content…
I do not like to reflect that often and I like taking action to move things forward. I want to keep going until I am able to finish a task, which sometimes means that I miss things. Reflection is an important part of the learning process and I know I should be better at balancing these two. Learning in the United States has been challenging because there are many different teaching styles that professors use. I am an auditory and visual learner. I have to see and hear something in order to know how to do it. The language barrier between English and Arabic has made me change the way that I learn. The learning styles in chapter five let me know more about myself as a

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