Learning Style Report & Methodology Strategy

This report provides insights to one’s preferred style of learning and tendencies in emotion and thinking pattern, as well as speed of learning and pressure endurance level.

These insights will help you identify suitable methodology towards educating and inculcation, knowing the most preferred style of learning as well as the emotions that come with it. In addition, the insights to one’s speed of learning also allows you to identify the most effective method of teaching while making the overall learning experience as enriching as possible. Lastly, with the knowledge of the individual’s pressure endurance level, you will be able to develop the most effective communication approach to avoid negative repercussions while working towards effective education and grooming.

Learning Style - VAK

Visuals

  • Uses visuals objects such as graphs, charts, pictures and seeing information

  • Can read body language well and has good perception of aesthetics

  • Able to memorize and recall various information

  • Tends to remember things that are written down

  • Learns better in lectures by watching them

Tips

  • Turn notes into pictures, charts, maps etc.

  • Learn the big picture first and then focus on the details

  • Make mind and concepts maps instead of outlines

  • Color code parts of new concepts in your notes

  • Use flash cards when trying to study vocabulary

Auditory

  • Retains information through hearing and speaking

  • Prefers to be told how to do things and then summarize the main points out loud to help with memorization

  • Notices different aspects of speaking

  • Often has talents in music and concentrate better with soft playing in the back ground

Tips

  • Record lectures and then listen to them

  • Repeat material out loud and in your own hands

  • Discuss materials in your study groups

  • Read text books aloud

  • Listen to wordless background music while studying

Kinesthetic

  • Likes to use the hands on to approach to learn new things
  • Is generally good in math and science
  • Like to do demonstration  on how to do something rather than verbally explain it
  • Usually prefers group work more than others

Tips

  • Should take study breaks often
  • Learn new material while doing something active (e.g. read a textbook while on a treadmill)
  • Work while standing
  • Try to take classes with instructors who encourage demonstrations and fieldwork

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