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Learning Styles Based on Jung's Theory ofPersonality

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Introverted LearningStyle
introverted student studying

Introverted learners prefer solitary study sessions.

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What Is an Introverted Learning Style?

While introverted learners are still sociable, they prefer to solve problems on their own. Introverted learners enjoy generating energy and ideas from internal sources, such as brainstorming, personal reflection, and theoretical exploration. These learners prefer to think about things before attempting to try a new skill. If you enjoy solitary studying, individual work, and abstract ideas, you are probably an introverted learner.

Number of Introverted Learners

Approximately 40% of learners are introverted learners.

Characteristics of Introvert Learners

  • Prefers to work alone
  • Enjoys quiet, solitary work
  • Often generates ideas from internal sources
  • Prefers to listen, watch and reflect
  • Likes to observe others before attempting a new skill
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