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Copy of Learning Styles

Winter Warm Up

chris wheelus

on 20 April 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Learning Styles

Learning Styles By Emily Benton What Are Learning Styles? The purpose of learning style is to discover how you learn best and how to study most efficiently Visual Aural Learner Kinesthetic Learner Reading/Writing Characteristics: Study Techniques Learner Characteristics: Study Techniques Characteristics: Study Techniques 15 Minute Break for VARK evaluation Enjoy reading (funnily enough!)
Would rather read by themselves or to others than be read to
Often take exhaustive or verbatim notes in class
Like articulate teachers who put a lot of info into sentences and notes
Prefer to study by themselves to avoid distraction
Work best in quiet areas Definition: Study Techniques Record your lectures
If you make flash cards, read them out loud
Ask questions during lecture
Tape your notes, the process of reciting your notes will help
Use word associations
If your class does not have a discussion group, find some interested classmates and create your own
If you listen to music while you study, be careful that it is not distracting you Use pictures or doodles to represent terms or theories
Copy any diagrams used in lecture
Watch videos on the subject
Flash Cards (with illustrations)
If your professor uses powerpoints, print out the slides to study
Buy a big white board to use while studying Love pictures and diagrams
Good at reading maps and charts
Create strong pictures in their mind when they read
Like bright colors
May have to think a bit to process a speech or lecture Tend to have incredible memories for past conversations
Have a great memory for music and lyrics
Enjoy discussions, debates, and talking to others
Enjoy listening to music, and sing/hum/whistle to themselves
They prefer to give oral presentations over written reports
May have difficulty interpreting complicated graphs, maps or diagrams Create your own flashcards, handwritten is best
Study in short blocks with short breaks
Use examples when writing notes
Study with other people; have discussion or teach someone what you are being taught
If it doesn't distract you too much, study with music
Doodle during lectures (as long as they don't distract you) Good with their hands. They enjoy building models and putting things together
Good at remembering things they’ve actually done before
Enjoy active learning
Become fidgety when sitting for a long period of time
Do not tend to have great handwriting or spelling Take lots and lots of notes!
Rewrite and reformat your notes
Use bullet point lists
Turn diagrams into words
Actually read given material and take notes on it
Write your own flashcards
Work in a quiet environment Social vs. Solitary Learner Applying Learning Styles Sources and Resources Programs
Bulletin Boards
Resident one on one http://www.thestudygurus.com
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