Understanding Learning Styles Using 4MAT

When you combine the perceiving preference for feeling or thinking with the processing preference for watching or doing, you discover four distinct preference combinations. These four combinations are the foundation of the 4MAT learning styles model and the 4MAT learning styles descriptions:

Learning Styles

Source: Engage, The Trainer’s Guide to Learning Styles (Wiley 2012)

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