Learning Styles By: Ben Wells

Visual Learners

Visual Learners: A person who learns best by seeing or creating images and pictures. Visual learners do better on written test than on oral tests. Tips for a visual learner are to take notes and review them often

Kinesthetic Learners

Kinesthetic Learners: A person who learns best by acting out something, touching an object, or repeating a motion. These learners remember objects they have touched and remember facts from being in role-play. These learners will do better on tests that require demonstrations.

Auditory

Auditory Learners: Person who learns best by listening or by discussing a topic. These learners remember what they hear and can repeat what someone says Word for Word.

Global Learners

Global Learners: A person who learns best by studying the big picture and relating to personal experiences.

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