Learning Styles  summary

Kinesthetic Learners--DOING

Conduct an Experiment

Create a video or conduct an interview

Create a presentation or build real-world connections

Find an internship or learn by doing

Visual Learners--WATCHING

Find main ideas, divide reading into sections, take notes, and create charts, graphs, connections, and diagrams.

Auditory Learners--HEAR AND FEEL

Study Group

Watch or create a video


Blog, FaceBook, Instagram, etc. to pose questions or interact with content

Ask Questions


Collaborating with other Styles


Allow time to reflect

Try out new learning or processes

Provide handouts and instructions

Encourage asking questions

Build on Learning Style strengths

Created By
Kim Eddings


Created with images by dsselof - "Learning Styles" • PublicDomainPictures - "biology research laboratory" • Chris Hartung - "Red Raven Camera Kit" • Kaleidico - "untitled image" • Fancycrave - "Automotive Welder" • Júnior Ferreira - "Lamp Magic" • rawpixel - "untitled image" • Brida_staright - "spring school study" • rawpixel - "document paper business" • janeb13 - "students primary school village" • Mediamodifier - "clapper hollywood cinema" • StartupStockPhotos - "children win success" • FirmBee - "blog seo internet" • Artem Maltsev - "Hands that wants to know" • rawpixel - "african agency american" • geralt - "thinking thinking work man" • William Daigneault - "untitled image" • rawpixel - "untitled image" • Ken Treloar - "Why?" • rawpixel - "untitled image"

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