Learning styles diverging assimilating converging accommodating
This learning style is important for effectiveness in information and science careers.
Various factors influence a person's preferred style, for example, social environment, educational experiences, or the basic cognitive structure of the individual.
People with an Accommodating learning style will tend to rely on others for information than carry out their own analysis.
This learning style is prevalent within the general population. The reflection process begins with defining and sharing the details of the student experience, and follows a continuous cycle toward what was learned and what can be done, such as: According to Kolb, knowing a person's learning style, as well as your own, enables learning to be orientated according to the preferred method.
People with a converging learning style are best at finding practical uses for ideas and theories.
They can solve problems and make decisions by finding solutions to questions and problems.