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Learning Styles Based on Jung's Theory of Personality

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Intuitive Learning Style
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Intuitive learners enjoy abstract thought, daydreaming and imagining the future.

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What Is an Intuitive Learning Style?

Intuitive learners tend to focus more on the world of possibility. Unlike sensing learners who are interested in the here and now, intuitive learners enjoy considering ideas, possibilities, and potential outcomes. These learners like abstract thinking, daydreaming, and imagining the future.

Number of Intuitive Learners

Approximately 35% of learners are intuitive learners.

Characteristics of Intuitive Learners

  • Prefers to work in short sessions, rather than finishing a task all at once
  • Enjoys new challenges, experiences and situations
  • More likely to look at the big picture rather than the details
  • Like theories and abstract ideas
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