Learning Styles Preferences for Belinda Frazier
So what does each style mean? How do you use your learning styles to reach your highest potential?
If your highest percentage is visual, you prefer to think in pictures or movies. This style is most effective when you want to create and recall images when you read, or when you are taking a written test.
School caters to highly visual learners because they make images when taking written tests, and can retrieve the information they learned much faster. The old adage, “one picture is worth a thousand words” is true for visual learners. Visual learners tend to be neat and organized and their learning style preference tends to most closely match most educational and company working environments.
If your highest preference is auditory, you prefer to learn by listening and often recall the words you’ve heard in your mind. If you are taking a written test, this tends to slow you down because you are speaking to yourself as you read. For faster learning results, read on to find out more in the Instant Learning® For Amazing Grades E-book below.
If your highest preference is kinesthetic, you prefer to be a hands-on learner and most likely love to move around frequently, like athletics, and to build things with your hands. Be grateful for your talents and also, it is important to know that most company and school environments cater to people whose highest learning style preference is visual. To find out specifically how to empower yourself to add some visual learning style techniques to make your life easier in school or at work, see the Instant Learning® For Amazing Grades E-Book below.
Read below for a definition of each learning style.