Do Learning Styles Change?My college degrees: Associates in Fine Art, Bachelors in LIberal Arts/ Humanities, 1 class away from another Associates in English, 2 class days and a 4 month externship away from another Associates in Culinary Arts.
I received the AFA when I was 20. I took art classes because I was interested in art, and I did not think I was much of a book learner. After receiveing the AFA, I needed a break from school, so I joined the Navy. When my Navy time was coming to a close, I started taking classes again and ended up eventually earning the Bachelors. :)? Shortly after leaving the Navy, I figured that maybe I can make a living for myself as a writer, so I took a few writing classes, and other english classes. I ran out of money and because of paperwork snafus, I got no help from the GI bill, despite being eligible for it. After a move and a year of sparodic employment, I chose to go to culinary school. I am almost done with those required classes. I got A's in all 3 book classes that chef wannabes have to take, but I never got above an 88 in a kitchen class. So, was I not a book learner when I was 20, or was I but kept telling myself that I wasn't? Until a few months ago. I swore up and down that I'm a hands on learner.
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