Learning can be Explicit or ImplicitExplicit learning is effortful, conscious memorization. Implicit learning happens without any effort (e.g., child’s ability to master native language). (Wilson, Timothy D. Strangers to Ourselves. p 25-26. England: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2002.)

Learning is not left-brained or right-brained; it is holistic, whole-brained, and highly interactive. There are, however, preferences where more of one hemisphere is activated than another. (Jensen, Eric. Brain-Based Learning (Revised).p 16-17. CA: The Brain Store, 2005.)