What's Your Learning Style Infographic
Have you ever wondered why you do better in some subjects than others? It may depend on your individual learning style. Your learning style influences the way you understand information and solve problems.
Discover Your Learning Style
There are 7 different learning styles and you can often fit into more than one category. What is your learning style?
1. Visual (Spatial)
I prefer to use images, pictures, colors, and maps to organize information and communicate with others. I tend to be a fast talker and need quiet time to study.
2. Logical (Mathematical)
I like using my brain for logical and mathematical reasoning. I can recognize patterns easily, as well as connections between seemingly meaningless content. I classify and group information to help me learn and understand it.
3. Aural (Auditory-Musical)
I prefer using music and sound to learn. I am a natural listener. I tend to repeat things out loud and I prefer hearing information rather than reading it.
4. Verbal (Linguistic)
I find it easy to express myself, both in writing and verbally. I love reading and writing and enjoy playing on the meaning or sound of words, such as in tongue twisters, rhymes and limericks.
5. Social (Interpersonal)
I enjoy learning by bouncing my ideas around with other people and listening to how they respond. I prefer to work through issues, ideas, and problems with a group and I thoroughly enjoy working with a 'clicking' or synergistic group of people.
6. Solitary (Interpersonal)
I am a private, introspective and independent person. I can concentrate well on my own and do not rely on others for help when solving a problem or studying.
7. Physical (Kinesthetic)
I learn best when I am moving, doing or touching. I express myself through movement and have great hand-eye coordination. I find it hard to sit still for long periods of time and may become distracted.
Now, why not let us know about your favorite way to learn? We’d love to hear from you.