How does a visual learner learn?
A visual learners remembers by seeing and watching, and making visual associations.Back to Top
What study strategies will help a visual learner?
Visual learner's study strategies: underlining and highlighting information drawing when listening draw a map of events in history or draw scientific process make outlines of everything copy what's on the board diagram sentences take notes, make lists outline reading make flashcards reading maps color code notes or concept maps have a clear view of your teacher illustrate your ideas as a picture study in a quiet spot visualize information as a picture to aid memorizationBack to Top
How does an auditory learner learn?
An auditory learner remembers by listening to verbal instructions and repeating the sounds of words. Back to Top
What study strategies will help an auditory learner?
Auditory learner's study strategies: create a rhythmic pattern like a poem or song reading assignments aloud keeping visual distractions to a minimum recording lectures watching videos repeating facts with eyes closed participating in group discussions using audiotapes for language practice typing notes after writing them explain material to someone else create mnemonics to aid to memorization Back to Top
How does a kinesthetic learner learn?
A kinesthetic learner remembers by becoming physically involved;participating in learning by doing something Back to Top
What study strategies will help a kinesthetic learner?
Kinesthetic learners study strategies: give stories filled with action write or highlight information when listening take periodic breaks when studying role play studying with others use memory games use flash cards to memorize write lists repeatedly use computer point to subject matter when explaining make flash cards move around when learning new things chew gum when studying use bright colors to highlight material Back to Top