The Future of the Classroom

Learning Styles Improving The Quality Of The Classroom

Current Problem

What are learning styles?

Everyone processes and learns new information in different ways. There are three main cognitive learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. The common characteristics of each learning style listed below can help you understand how you learn and what methods of learning best fits you.


For Students:
  • Important knowledge gained
  • Strengths and weaknesses in learning exposed
  • Confidence improved
  • Study skills improved
  • Misunderstandings with teachers and parents prevented
  • study their "own way"
  • A personaliszed report aimed at the student; not the whole classroom
For Teachers:
  • Accurate picture of classroom diversity
  • Reasons for underachievement exposed
  • True needs of slow learners and 'gifted' students revealed
  • More Student/Teacher interactions
  • Better time management
For Parents:
  • Understand your child's learning needs
  • Identify reasons for underachievement
  • Remove barriers to your child's full learning potential
  • A personalised report aimed at the parents

Current Solutions



Hall, Gene, and Loucks, Susan. The Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM)

Lane, Carla (1998) Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences

Pearson, Virginia W. (1989). "Critical Factors considered in the Planning for the Administration and Implementation of Long Distance Interactive Video Instruction." Oklahoma State University

Teele, Sue (1995). Teele Inventory of Multiple Intelligences" from The Multiple Intelligences School: A Place for

All Students to Succeed, Citrograph Printing, Redlands CA, 1995, p. 36.

Lane, Carla, Ed.D. Implementing Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles in Distributed Learning/IMS Projects. San Clemente: The Education Coalition, 2000. PDF.

"Learning Styles and Teaching." TeachingEnglish. Web. 8 Dec. 2014. <>.