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Low-Risk Takers Appera attentative and respectful, but are fearful of talking in class. Silent in class, they never ask questions in class, never approach the teacher to find out what questions might be on exam, and rearly go over tests or papers they received back. They
Uncommitted Makes it clear by word and action that they do not care. Appear to be relaxed and unmotivated. Unenthusiastic about school. Can be found before exams watching TV, playing cards, or shoping. can be identified by the way they talk about academic performance
With Cognitive-Style Problems have difficulty in school because there is a "bad fit" between theri learning style and that of many teachers.
Left Brained Students who labor too hard to learn facts, amster techniques, and understand logical sequences: "What was the date of the Magna Carat?", "What are the five steps in the scientific method?". Their knowledge is often without awareness of the frame of refer
Right Brained Students who relate facts to a larger frame or erference. They are interested in the origin of information an ideas and rely on intuitive judgment and recations more than on hard data. They might begin essay with, "Compare and contrast...". They attempt t
Perceptual Thinker Students who have well developed habits and are passionate, debatable, respectful hard workers. When they have trouble, they assume that the number of hours they put in equals the grades that they will achieve. Prepare for classes with the same enthusiasm
Conceptual Thinker They know answers, such as, but doesn't know how to arrive at them. Outstanding talkers, good reasoners, and excellent abstract thinkers. Often write beautifully. They have practically no data. Lack habitual behavior, do things late ot not at all, and oft
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