Theoretical Learning Style

Theoretical learners combine thinking and watching during their learning experience. They grasp abstract concepts and transform experience through reflective observation. People with this style are best at understanding a wide range of information and putting it into concise logical form. Their approach to a problem solving is the scientific method and they find it more important to have a theory of logical soundness than of practical value. They assimilate diverse data into an integrated whole. They are more interested in abstract ideas and concepts and less focused on people. They are effective in the science and information career fields.



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Career Fields:

Mathematics, Chemistry, Economics, Sociology, Teacher, Writer, Librarian, Minister, Lawyer, College Professor, Researcher, Financial Planner, Sociologist, Academic Physician, Mathematician, Biologist, Physical Scientist.

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