Learning Styles

How to be an Introvert at University

Karianne Robinson | Posted 20.04.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Karianne Robinson

With hindsight I can see that I had little to worry about regarding Fresher's Week and adapting to university style learning. But as a sixth form student with no family who had been to university, my fears surrounding how I would fit in grew considerably. If you happen to be in a similar situation, I hope that this article goes at least a small way to minimising your concerns.

We Don't Need No 'Classroom' Education

Rachel Argyle | Posted 16.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Rachel Argyle

The thing that makes humans pretty incredible is how different we all are from each other. We all have different likes and dislikes, behaviour, opinions and learning styles. So, surely sticking us all in a box (the classroom) does more harm than good to today's youngsters?

Making Math Child Friendly: Learning Styles

Elena Barbiero | Posted 16.11.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Elena Barbiero

Individuals 'learn' because it serves them in some way, and children of course are more instinctive than adults. Regardless of learning style, a young child will want to learn something as a way of exploring the world, and will use all senses: this is because the rational brain is not yet in many cases ready to retain information merely from sitting down and 'taking notes'.