‘When it comes to education, everyone learns exactly the same way, right? Not quite.’
While most instructors would be familiar with the terms ‘visual’ and ‘auditory’ learners, there are many other learning styles which are less well known. These included, verbal, kinesthetic, logical, social, solitary and naturalistic.
In this article via Cornerstone University’s ‘Lifelong Learning Matters’ blog, author Brianna Hansen explains how an understanding of learning styles can assist educators develop lessons that cater for different types of learners.
Varying the way we present information may help our students remember and grasp concepts more easily.