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Studying for Your Learning Style
Transcript of Studying for Your Learning Style
Understand the differences between Visual, Auditory, & Kinesthetic learners
Complete a Learning Style Assessment
Learn how to best study for your Learning Style
About the 3 Main Learning Styles/Preferences
"Learning Styles Assessment"
How to Study Most
Effectively for YOU
Study Tips For Everyone
Prefer using pictures, graphs, colors and other visuals to aid in your learning process.
TOUCH: Tips for the Kinesthetic Learner
1. Keep your desk clear of distracting objects.
SIGHT: Tips for the Visual Learner
1. Take notes, make pictures, graphs and charts.
Learning style is an individual's natural or habitual pattern of acquiring and processing information in learning situations.
What is a Learning Style?
SOUND: Tips for the
1. Say aloud the information to be learned
Have someone read the information to you
Read it into a tape recorder and replay it.
Pair up with a Partner
Prefer to get information by listening
Prefer hands-on learning.
1. Change up your study locations.
Need to see it to know it.
May have trouble following lectures.
Notice details. (Different than "detail-oriented")
Need to do it to know it.
Can assemble parts without reading directions
Difficulty sitting still.
Learn better when physical activity is involved
Like to solve problems by physically working through them
Need to hear it to know it
Tend to participate vocally in class
Do not prefer learning through reading textbooks
Talk to self aloud; Hums or sings
2. Use flashcards and highlight key details.
3. Take notes or make lists as you listen to directions.
4. Record homework assignments in a calendar, planner, notepad, to-do list, or specially designed assignment sheet.
5. Keep a notepad with you at all times. Write out everything for frequent and quick visual review.
2. Form study groups.
3. When possible, learn information through tapes, television, oral reports, rhymes and songs, radio, lectures, and group discussions.
4. When writing an essay or learning math, say the concept, fact, theorem, etc. aloud.
2. Cover the page you're not reading.
3. If you're distracted by noise, turn off music
listen to soft background music.
4. Divide your work into short study sessions.
5. Sit as close to the teacher as possible or in the center of the room next to quiet students.
2. Know when & how to utilize group study sessions vs. individual study time.
3. Make flashcards! Use them according to your learning style.
4. Test yourself. Simulate real testing conditions.
5. Be willing to experiment until you find what works for YOU. Stick with it!