tmoreland
tmoreland asks:
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what is an intrapersonal learner

how can or what I can I do to help an intrapersonal learner
In Topics: Learning styles and differences
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LouiseSattler
Aug 20, 2009
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An intrapersonal learner has been described as someone who likes to work independently, self motivated, driven by their own personal goals and outcomes, and can work without much direction or intervention by others.  

Thus, a child who has this learning style is very self-directed and can go from task to task without much one on one assistance to complete a task. Several children who I know who are schooled from home for high school could be described as intrapersonal learners as they are able to work through their lessons by completing self- guided work.

Thank you for asking this interesting question here on Education.com

Louise Masin Sattler, NCSP
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Owner of SIGNING FAMILIES
http://www.SigningFamilies.com

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They are private and independent. They can concentrate well.
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