Three levels make up the 7 learning styles:

On the first level (called the identity style), the behavior of the person in a learning context is taken into account. Seven different identity styles are defined: the perfectionist, the intellectual, the rebellious, the dynamic, the agreeable, the emotional, and the enthusiastic.

On the second level (called the motivation style), we are interested in the person’s motivation. In other words, we are looking for the precise factor that motivates a person and determines their interest to learn. There are four motivation styles: “is it useful?”, “will I learn?”, “with whom?”, and “what is the context?”.




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