Conny Jasper

Social Learning Versus Solitary Learning

Posted on: June 21, 2013

Taking in new knowledge is a process of reconfiguring the functioning of your brain. There are many kinds of learning theories, but there are two basic ways that we learn. We learn through and with other people. And we learn on our own, not in isolation, but apart from others.

How one learns best depends on one’s own personal make up and preferences. Some people gain optimum retention through interaction with others. And some people gain the most through individual study.

It is important to know your own learning style, since the way you learn is a major determining factor in the quality of your life.

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