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Those aspects of learning style that concern the initial reception of knowledge are called _______. (Points : 2)
The learning style that concerns the reception of knowledge is Receptive Learning Style. homepage.ntlworld.com/gary.sturt/learnsty.htm
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The learning style that concerns the reception of knowledge is Receptive Learning Style.
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