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1) What is your opinion on the Learning Styles Debriefing QUESTIONS below?

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Then, please comment on the following:

1) How did it feel to be in a group discussion with people who have a similar learning style?

2) Was the group's learning style reflected in the way the meeting ran?

3) Do you prefer being in groups with the same learning style as you - or more diverse learning styles?

4) What might be some of the advantages and disadvantages of forming groups with a similar vs. a diverse range of learning styles?

5) What might some of the implications be for forming various types of groups or teams in the workplace?

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How did it feel to be in a group discussion with people who have a similar learning style?

Group discussions are positive and when similar minded people engage in discussions, this can assist iin facilitate a positive learning environment. In my experiences, I've been able to invigorate debates within a group discussion with people who have similar learning styles by focusing on the most salient points within the discussion.

2) Was the group's learning style reflected in the way the meeting ran?

In my experiences, the way a discussion group "runs" is predicated upon the personality of those in the group. If the group is full of strong-minded, ...

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This solution provides answers to various questions regarding learning styles.

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