Subject: Does a learning style indicate a disability?
According to Contra Costa Community College District, each student has his/her own learning style: audio, visual, or tactile/kinesthetic. At their Diablo Valley College, they have a Learning Styles Survey in their disabled student services website.
They state its purpose is simply to let you know what your best learning style is.
They state that a learning style does not indicate a disability.
What do you think? Does a learning style indicate a disability?