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Learning Styles

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Leanne Husk

on 19 August 2011

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Transcript of Learning Styles

Learning Styles
Visual Auditory Kinaesthetic
Visual thinkers like to "see"
what they learn...
they tend to look UP when they think,
Visual learners tend
to look "up"
when they think,
Use terms like

"I get the picture"

and

"I see that now"...
and LOVE to learn with diagrams, charts and pictures!
Auditory Learners like to "hear"
what they learn...
they tend to look straight ahead when they think,
they tend to look straight ahead
when they think
they are likely to use phrases such as:

"Sounds good to me" and
"That rings a bell".
and they learn best with by using KEY WORDS, stories, jokes and puns.
Kinaestethic learners like to take a "hands on" approach to learning...
by DOING!
They usually look down when they think.
They will tend to use terms like:

"I have a grasp of the basics"

and

"You have to do what feels right"
and learn best when they get to actually practice and move around.
Which one are YOU? Take the test to find out...
http://www.brainboxx.co.uk/A3_ASPECTS/pages/VAK.htm

Find out you're visual?
try using coloured highlighters to study
draw sketches or cartoons to support written details
and create mind maps, flow charts and diagrams to summarize material.
Are you an
auditory learner?

Do you prefer kinesthetic learning?
Try playing soothing music while you review information,
record key points on tape to listen to or create a song,
rhyme, story or rap to remember information.
It might also help you remember information if you explain what you need to remember to someone else!
Think about learning by "doing"...
reinforce your understanding through activities and practice
and use items you can manipulate (like sticky notes, index cards)
when you study!
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