why not merely adapt the MBTI "Z" learning model where each point of the
"Z" touches on one of the N, S, T, and F preferences? Some early work has
been done on correlations between learning style and MBTI and NLP
(NeuroLinguistic Programming) biases. Utilizing this early work, tweak
the MBTI "Z" model for each preference you need to address (emphasizing
some aspects; diminishing others) while still hitting all learning points.
at least, that is what I would do...
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