For this topic “Learning Snowboarding Effectively” we will be talking about knowing your “type.”
Every person has both strong and weak points when it comes to learning.
The key point is how you use your brain’s functions.
Your brain consists of both the Right Brain and the Left Brain, but it is generally divided into many parts similar to what’s mentioned below.
For example, if there are people whose strong points are exercise, those whose strong points are “picture painting”, and those whose strong points are writing, then there are also people whose strong points are through analyzing.
When you study something, the traits of the right and left brain show themselves.
Which one of the below-mentioned methods of learning are your strongpoints? Do you like it?
The human brain is divided into many parts, and there are three parts are responsible for processing external information.
Which of these three functions help you to learn the fastest?
Finding the function that works for you can improve your learning efficiency.
For example, I did well with "learning by seeing" when I was younger, but as I got older I also became good with learning through words.
And to this day, I do not do well with “learning through participation.”
Through my coaching experience, I’ve observed all of these types.
As a coach, finding out which learning method a student has takes time.
That is why instructors in general, not just myself, utilize lessons that cover all of these types.
The components that cover all of these teaching styles are included in these.
They’ve put a lot of thought into this.
This isn’t just for people who snowboard; when you were a child, when you were in school, and nowadays when you are studying something at work, what style helps make things much easier to learn for you? Try and think back.
If you can find out which style you use, you can then utilize it from then on, and you’ll be able to learn so much faster!
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