Understanding the 3 Learning Styles

Kinesthetic

A kinesthetic-dominant learner prefers a physical experience. She likes a “hands-on” approach and responds well to being able to touch or feel an object or learning prop.

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Auditory

An auditory-dominant learner prefers listening to what is being presented. He or she responds best to voices, for example, in a lecture or group discussion. Hearing his own voice repeating something back to a tutor or trainer is also helpful.

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Visual

A visually-dominant learner absorbs and retains information better when it is presented in, for example, pictures, diagrams and charts.

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Which one are you?