What's YOUR Learning Style?
What kind of a learner are you? How do you learn best?
The answer to these questions may help you with as a student, worker, and individual.
The three basic or most common types of learning styles are visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. How we process information around us affects how we learn; and most people tend to use one of their senses more than others.
Remember what they hear and say.
Enjoy classroom and small-group discussion.
Can remember oral instructions well.
Understands information best when they HEAR it.
Remember what they read and write.
Enjoy visual projects and presentations.
Can remember diagrams, charts, maps well.
Understands information best when they SEE it.
Tactile - Kinesthetic Learners:
Remember what they DO, what they experience with their hands or bodies (movement and touch).
Enjoy using tools or lessons which involve active/practical participation.
Can remember how to do things after they've done them once (motor memory).
Have good motor coordination.
The following are web sites which offer different surveys.
By taking anyone of them on line, your questionaire results indicate which style seems to be your strength.
A word of CAUTION, this is just an indication. Some results indicate a tie or overlap between two or even all three styles. Young peoples' answers tend to change as they mature, so their actual learning style may come through at a later time