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Chapter 3. Learner and Facilitator > Learning Styles: How Adults Process Inform...

Learning Styles: How Adults Process Information

Now that you have an understanding of how learners take in information (learner preferences), you can move on to how learners process that information. The different ways that people process information are called learning styles, of which there are five: achievers, evaluators, networkers, socializers, and observers.

Achievers

Achievers focus on doing and accomplishing results and generally have the expertise to do so. People with this learning style are good at finding practical uses for ideas and theories. They enjoy being involved in new and challenging experiences and carrying out plans to meet those challenges. Achievers have the ability to solve problems, make decisions, and develop action plans based on implementing solutions to question or problems. They want to find practical uses for the ideas and training content. Achievers like to accept the lead role in addressing those challenges.


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