Okay. I've noticed there are many ways to present a problem to a student when teaching, but I'm wonder from a students perspective what feels the most comfortable. Is it type related or not? Is there a way that all types prefer? Or is each way best for one type and worst for another, so a teacher must adapt on a per student basis?
I figure some questions might work well for this, so here goes:
What is your type?
Part 1: Being taught
What style of teaching feels most comfortable to you? Why?
What style of teaching do you learn the most from? Why?
What style of teaching is most uncomfortable for you? Why?
What style of teaching do you learn almost nothing from? Why?
Part 2: Self guided reading/exploring
Do you normally explore things and learn new things in your spare time? If so, how?
Do you find it easier to read large amounts of text, or look at visual representations of things, or a mix of each?
Do you like to see concepts and why laid out first, or just want to know how and the details, or something else?
Do you find new technical details and large words increase your interest, or make it drift?
What would the perfect document to learn from look like to you? How would it be laid out and approach explaining?
What would the most annoying document ever made look like to you? How would it be laid out and approach explaining?