I usually have to see things to understand them. If I can't see them, then I have to read it over and over and visualize them in my mind before an understanding comes into focus. Some times I have to read them several different ways. Thats why the forum is so great, so many different people saying the same thing; one of them might be the one that makes me understand. This is why I don't do well in school; that and I have the attention span of a hamster.I'm dissapointed how so many learning environments lack the "seeing is believing" attitude, at college were just thrown a book. Thus, I do prefer the books because they give me structure and I can memorise what I read, but I do like to see a classroom demonstration to prove the theory.
by Robert Keim
by Lisa Boneta