June 06, 2013

The 4 Learning Styles by David Kolb

What is the most important thing you’ve learned and how did you learn it?

Learning happens when information is stored in your long-term memory for future application. It is a cyclical process and how we perceive and process information varies from person to person. David Kolb categorized the 4 learning styles into quadrants.

Understanding how you and others perceive and process information is key in both personal and professional growth. Comprehending the four quadrants of learning helps you achieve continuous development and the ability to work with others more efficiently.

The 4 Learning Styles


Learn by active experimentation and abstract conceptualization


Learn by active experimentation and concrete experience


Learn by reflective observation and concrete experience


Learn by reflective observation and abstract conceptualization

So, take some time to reflect and find out your learning style.

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