Every day is a learning experience, but did you know we all learn in different styles.
The three types are:
- The visual learner remembers 75% of what they read or see.
- Demonstrations from the blackboard, diagrams, graphs, and charts are all valuable tools for the visual learner.
- Generally, analytic visual learners will process the printed word before iconic (pictorial) information.
- Generally, global visual learners will process iconic (pictorial) information before reading the printed text.
Auditory learners tend to remember names but forget faces and are easily distracted by sounds. They enjoy reading dialogue plays and dislike lengthy narratives and descriptions. Auditory learners benefit from oral instruction, either from the teacher or themselves. They prefer to hear or recite the information and help from auditory repetition. They are lovers of music.
A kinesthetic-tactile learning style requires that you manipulate or touch material to learn. Kinesthetic-tactile techniques are used in combination with visual and auditory study techniques, producing multi-sensory learning. These folks learn best in labs.
Once you know which type you are it will be easy to learn subjects in an enjoyable way.
Take this short quiz to find out which one are you!
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