Theoretical or practical

@Meramar (2172)
November 21, 2016 4:40pm CST
There are different ways of learning. Some persons are theoretical, able to sit down during hours reading and studying from different kind of books and manuals. Otheres, are more practical needing to see the theme through movies, documentaries or doing someone the exercises in front of them. One sample for it may be a recipe for cooking. How do you learn cooking? Do you just read what to do or do you rather prefer to see someone prepairing the meal? The same applies for handworks and everything else you want to learn.
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@sabtraversa (10033)
• Italy
21 Nov 16
If I look at someone doing something, I'm likely to be passive and not very observant. If I read how to do something, I will try to imagine and keep my mind active somehow, although I may not be really sure of what I'm going to do. I guess I need both theory and practice.
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@Meramar (2172)
21 Nov 16
Using both is the best combination.
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