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Q: This learning style prefers to see material presented in writing, pictures, diagrams or other graphic formats. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive
A: The learners who like to see the instructions, concepts, diagrams and who often like to take detailed notes are: Visual learners.
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User: This learning style prefers to see material presented in writing, pictures, diagrams or other graphic formats. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive

Weegy: The learners who like to see the instructions, concepts, diagrams and who often like to take detailed notes are: Visual learners.
icyan29|Points 787|

User: This learning style prefers to touch and interact with material in a direct, hands-on approach. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive

Weegy: The learners who like to see the instructions, concepts, diagrams and who often like to take detailed notes are: Visual learners.
icyan29|Points 787|

User: This learning style prefers to touch and interact with material in a direct, hands-on approach. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive

Weegy: The learners who like to see the instructions, concepts, diagrams and who often like to take detailed notes are: Visual learners.
icyan29|Points 787|

User: This learning style prefers to hear material presented orally in lecture or discussion. (Points : 1) Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Receptive

Weegy: Auditory
mythmoh|Points 3593|

User: This learning style prefers to touch and interact with material in a direct, hands-on approach. (Points : 1) Auditory Visual Kinesthetic Receptive

Weegy: Kinesthetic
mythmoh|Points 3593|

User: Which side of brain is more likely to process information creatively? (Points : 1) Right Left Both Neither

Weegy: The right brain. The right brain of the brain focuses on the visual, and processes information in an intuitive and simultaneous way, looking first at the whole picture then the details. [ The focus of the left brain is verbal, processing information in an analytical and sequential way, looking first at the pieces then putting them together to get the whole. ]
goodenough|Points 145|

User: The best team assignments are completed by teams made up of ________. (Points : 1) students who all have the same strengths students equal in abilities students taking advantage of the different skills of all team members team members that agree to allow a few 'top' students complete the project

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