Research in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and related fields has given us significant insight into how people learn. Learning experts now understand that there is a variety of mental functions involved in the learning process and that we each have our own individual combination of strengths and weaknesses among these functions—as well ideas or topics we’re drawn to—that influence what we’re good at doing, where we’re most likely to struggle, and how we learn best.
Curious? Read more about the mental processes that shape learning. Or better yet — explore your learner sketch via our free interactive tool!