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The 12 Ways of Learning

The Eclectic Teaching Approach unites the theories of cognitive styles, information processing, multiple intelligences, and multisensory learning to uncover 12 diverse and unique ways of processing or encoding information.
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Erica Warren

on 7 June 2015

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Transcript of The 12 Ways of Learning

Auditory
Tactile
Kinesthetic
Sequential
Simultaneous
The 12 Ways of Learning
Visual
Reflective/ Logical
Verbal
Interactive
Indirect Experience
Direct Experience
Rhythmic/Melodic
Visual
Auditory
Tactile
Kinesthetic
Sequential
Simultaneous
Reflective/ Logical
Verbal
Interactive
Indirect Experience
"The Eclectic Teaching Method": A Multisensory and Mindful Approach to Teaching
Direct Experience
The 12 Ways of Learning
Rhythmic/Melodic
By Dr. Erica Warren
Available at:
www.GoodSensoryLearning.com &
www.DyslexiaMaterials.com
More Information

The Eclectic Teaching Approach
unites the theories of cognitive styles, information processing, multiple intelligences, and multi-sensory learning to uncover 12 diverse and unique ways of processing or encoding information. All of these learning modalities lie on a continuum and individuals have their own preferences based on their cognitive strengths as well as their exposure to each methodology. By learning about eclectic learning, teachers, therapists, parents and even employers can be more mindful of their instruction and work expectations. Additionally, by evaluating preferences, they can tailor instruction and assignments for optimal results.


Visual learners learn optimally through observation. They like to see visual stimuli such as tables, graphs, and pictures. Some also have a strong capacity to visualize.
Auditory learners understand information best through listening.
There are two types of Tactile learners 1) Some prefer to touch objects or manipulate things.
2) Others find that taking notes or drawing things out helps to encode information.
Kinesthetic learners need to move their bodies. Activities and movement help them to engage in information.
Sequential learners like information to be presented in a series of steps or specific order.
The simultaneous learner wants to see “the BIG picture.” It’s important for information to be related and connected.
The reflective learner needs to think about and analyze material that they encounter. They like to think things through and create concepts or models.
Verbal learners like to think aloud. They need to talk about their thoughts and academic material to themselves and others.
The interactive learner needs to work with others. They like the company of others while learning and processing information.
The indirect experience learner enjoys vicarious experiences. They acquire knowledge from the shared experiences of others.
The direct experience learner wants to encounter or practice what they are learning. They prefer hands-on experiences that allow them to interact with the material.
The rhythmic learner is inclined to think in rhythms or patterns. They respond to music – either appreciating or criticizing what they hear. They may walk to a beat and some find that music blocks distractions.
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