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How does your identified learning style impact how you teach learners with diverse learning needs to include both atypical and typical learners as well as the influence of culture. Address challenges as well as enhancements.

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As an educator it is always important to recognize and incorporate the different learning styles into a lesson.

The three main learning styles are:
*Auditory (person learns through hearing, sounds)
*Visual (seeing)
*Tactile (person learns through note taking, repetition)

When an educator prepares a lesson, they take into account these three styles and should form different exercises that incorporate one or more of these styles. For example

Tactile: The educator prepares a lecture with a powerpoint presentation with space for the learner to take notes.
Visual: ...

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This solution provides an overview of the different learning styles and how to incorporate them into a lesson plan.

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