My Learning Style

I’ve been having a little difficulty actually getting any information at all to stay in my head, so I though I should re-evaluate. Turns out it’s pretty much what I thought it would be, but the directions are useful, I think.

The results of ‘s learning inventory are:

Visual/Nonverbal 28 Visual/Verbal 32 Auditory 26 Kinesthetic 16

Your primary learning style is:

The Visual/ Verbal Learning Style

You learn best when information is presented visually and in a written language format. In a classroom setting, you benefit from instructors who use the blackboard (or overhead projector) to list the essential points of a lecture, or who provide you with an outline to follow along with during lecture. You benefit from information obtained from textbooks and class notes. You tend to like to study by yourself in a quiet room. You often see information “in your mind’s eye” when you are trying to remember something.
Learning Strategies for the Visual/ Verbal Learner:
To aid recall, make use of “color coding” when studying new information in your textbook or notes. Using highlighter pens, highlight different kinds of information in contrasting colors.
Write out sentences and phrases that summarize key information obtained from your textbook and lecture.
Make flashcards of vocabulary words and concepts that need to be memorized. Use highlighter pens to emphasize key points on the cards. Limit the amount of information per card so your mind can take a mental “picture” of the information.
When learning information presented in diagrams or illustrations, write out explanations for the information.
When learning mathematical or technical information, write out in sentences and key phrases your understanding of the material. When a problem involves a sequence of steps, write out in detail how to do each step.
Make use of computer word processing. Copy key information from your notes and textbook into a computer. Use the print-outs for visual review.
Before an exam, make yourself visual reminders of information that must be memorized. Make “stick it” notes containing key words and concepts and place them in highly visible places –on your mirror, notebook, car dashboard, etc..

The link to the survey is here. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. The description of all four learning styles is here.

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2 thoughts on “My Learning Style

  1. I like the way you have deliberated on the topic.
    I myself follow the method of marking the pointers
    and jotting them down on a paper to help me recollect the whole stuff.
    I write down the most prominent words and then try running lines through them like connectors.

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