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Learning Styles


Visual learners prefer to see things in order to learn. They like graphs, illustrations, diagrams, and visual representations of information. They basically learn through seeing pictures, or watching someone hands on.


Intuitive learners prefer to focus on possibility, and like to consider ideas and potential outcomes. They like abstract thought, and often think out of the box. They are innovative and conceptual, and usually look for the meaning behid things. Around 35% of learners are intutive learners.


Sensory learners look for the facts, they want concrete structure in explanations. They prefer things to be practical, and prefer procedural information. They are interested in the here and now. Others describe sensory learners as having the ability to incorporate different senses either alone or in combination to heighten and reinforce the learning process.


Active learners prefer being active, they want to get involved. They prefer group activites when trying to figure out problems. They often like to manipulate objects, and do physical experiments, and learn through trial and error.


Sequential learners gain understanding in linear steps, and each step to be logical and the next step to build off of it. They can often take in information, and do things with that information like pass a test. They just dont fully understand the material, but can use it because it is logically connected. They piece together the detials to help them see the bigger picture..


Verbal learners prefer hearing information and taking it in, or verbal communication. Sometimes they prefer reading information. They look for meanings or explanations with words.


Reflective learners often times like to do things on their own, and like knowing they figured something out by themself. They prefer to plan, think through, evaluate options, and learn best through analysis. They like to have a little more space when it comes to being taught, because they want to feel as though they have figured everything out them self.


Global learners see the big picture, and take it in right away. Then they fill in the detials later, its sort of an systematic approach. They are usually able to solve complex problems very fast, or put things together in novel ways once they get the bigger picture. The problem is they usually have a hard time explaining how, or why they did what they did. They have a habit of wanting to go full force, before building up to what they are about to do. It is usually a good idea for global learners to force themselves to complete all problem-solving steps before reaching a conclusion.

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