Be Aware About Your Learning Style!

Visual Learning

Do you feel like you learn better when you have something to look at or remember during a simple lesson routine? If so then you may well be a visual learner, this means that you learn better and easier when there is something for you to visualise. For example if you are trying to describe the Great Wall of China, how much easier would it be for someone to just show you or draw you a picture? After all it's just a wall. Being a visual learner also means that you have a vivid memory meaning that you can remember many things clearly, this is useful as you will need to remember a lot of things in your life, for example wedding anniversaries, friends birthdays etc. It can also help you by showing you a demonstration of an act instead of giving you a lecture on it, for example if someone wanted to teach you the heimlich maneuver they should demonstrate it to you so you could watch it and not try to imagine how it is performed.

Auditory Learning

Auditory is a lot like Visual learning but with sounds instead. This meand that you learn better when you have somrthing to listen to, now this way of learning is usually pretty lenient as you do not necessarily need to be listening to something that is related to your work for example, you could be listening to a song by your favorite pop band and still remember Julius Cesars birthday for an exam. This is because you remember these things in different ways, it just usually helps you if you have something to listen to as it allows you to concentrate.

Kinesthetic Learning

Kinesthetic learning is basically completeing physical activities when learning, instead of being shown or told about a chemistry experiment it is more beneficial to you if you simply undertake it yourself to learn, although this may be highly irresponsible of your teacher if it is a dangerous experiment. Many people who are kinesthetic learners sre usually good artists as they use it as a way to express themselves, they will usually gain immense hand-eye coordination because they undertake in so many physical activities that they are used to it and have learnt over time.