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Learning Styles-Auditory, Visual, Tactile
Transcript of Learning Styles-Auditory, Visual, Tactile
Characteristics of a Visual Learner
Visual learners have strong visualization skills.
They can look up (often up to the left) an "see" the information invisibly written or drawn.
Visual learners can make "movies in their minds" of information they are reading. Their movies are often vivid and detailed.
Visual learners often pay close attention to the body language of others (facial expressions, eyes, stance, etc.)
What does it mean to be a Visual Learner?
What is meant by a learning style?
Your eyes, ears, and sense of touch play a vital role in learning, storing, remembering, and recalling information.
Visual learners prefer and learn best when things can be shown.
Mind strays during verbal activities
Observe rather than act
Has good handwriting
Quiet by nature
Types of Learners
Visual learners prefer their sight.
Auditory learners prefer their ears.
Tactile/Kinesthetic learners prefer being hands on.
Prefer not to sit still
Move a lot while studying
Like to participate in learning
Like to do things rather than read about them
Do not prefer reading
Do not spell well
Enjoy problem solving by doing Like to try new things
Talk with hands or gestures
Select clothes according to comfort Like to touch objects
Study Tips for Visual Learners
Respond best to auditory cues; they are listeners.
Listening to their teacher, their peers, and themselves, speaking to others, and also relying on their own ‘inner voice’ while completing tasks.
Tips for Auditory Learners
Like to talk
Talk to self
Lose concentration easily
Prefer spoken directions over written directions
Read with whispering lip movements
May find it hard to concentrate when noisy
Prefer lecture and discussion
Kinesthetic Learning is learning when one uses their body and sense of touch to learn about the world around them.
A Kinesthetic learner would learn through:
• Experience and physical activity
• Teaching others what they know
Study Tips for Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners