Learning styles and more with Petra Narwa

Room 2.07

Learning styles influence the way students learn and how they approach learning situations.

Learning style refers to an individual’s preferred way of processing new information for efficient learning – it is about how students learn rather than what they learn. The learning process is different for each individual – even in the same educational environment, learning does not occur in all students at the same level and quality. Determining and understanding your learning preferences provides you with information about your specific needs on your way to efficiency. Understanding your learning preferences can make it easier to create, modify, and develop more efficient ways of learning.

Come and join us on November 9th at 4 – 6 PM in room 2.07 to explore the topic of learning style and take a few study hacks home to try in the exam period.