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Learn Your Students' Learning Styles

  • "Kinesthetic (movement) learners are all about getting involved. This type wants a deep dive where they are fully engaged with the material and can learn from the experience. External stimulation is the key to success" (www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)
.having music playing in the background of the classroom can help these students stay engaged.


"Visual-linguistic learners best process information through writing and reading, thrive in lessons presented in text-driven formats, and are quite keen on taking notes. They memorize information through exercises that draw on their linguistic strengths and are able to express themselves sincerely through words." ((www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)

"Visual-spatial learners are still visual learners – but in a strikingly different manner. Words are not their forte; they instead prefer images, infographics, and artistic renderings. The visual-spatial learner is the person who remembers the face of someone he/she met as a young child, despite not seeing the person for decades. They memorize places, sights, and locations by taking a mental picture and using the image to process associated feelings" (www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)


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"Tactile (touch) learners have trouble sitting still. They often opt to write down what they learn just to feel their hand move, and often want to peruse an overview of a lesson before getting into specifics. When traveling, they do much better looking at a map once in the location than prior to arrival, as they can place themselves in the map and figure it out from there" (www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)having any challenging task be visual and interactive will help these students.


Auditory learners often talk out loud to themselves this helps them process thoughts and ideas. When reading, auditory learners are known to recite text out loud. If in a location where that is not appropriate or doable, they’ll move their lips as the read. While they benefit greatly from speaking, the auditory learner often struggles with comprehension or putting their thoughts to paper. (www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)begining lessons with a presontation and an overview of what is to be learned it helpful.having as much engaging conversation allows for this type of student to succede“tell them what they are going to lean, teach them, and tell them what they have learned.” (www.learningstylequiz.com, n.d.)