Find Out Which of These 3 Learning Styles Fits You Best





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Are you a good listener? Auditory learners, who make up 30% of the population, prefer to take in information via the ears. A majority, though, learn best through visual means. And about 65% of people are visual learners. These people are quick to read a chart and explain it.

Kinesthetics, hands-on projects like science experiments or field trips, is another great form of learning. Many teachers, to reach as many students as possible, actually employ the VAK (visual-auditory-kinesthetic) model in their classrooms. In other words, they gear their lessons to learning styles.

What learning style do you prefer? Find out below:

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  1. I’m more on the visual learner end of the spectrum, but everyone has some of all 3 learning types. Don’t think it’s a one and done kind of thing.

  2. Visual learning is one of the quick and easy way to convey customers and audience to the product or brand. Totally agree this thread.

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