Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Post #2 (Learning Styles)

I grew up thinking that I only belonged to one learning style. The three learning styles that I have heard throughout my education career were visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles. Visual learners learn by seeing pictures or watching videos. Auditory learners learn by hearing lectures or through sound. Kinesthetic learners learn by hands-on experience. I consider myself a visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learner. I am a visual learner since I watch videos and look at pictures to learn. Watching videos allows me to keep continuous focus on the topic, whereas reading a textbook does not help me learn as efficiently as watching a video. However, videos also contain sound which is auditory learning. The combination of sound and pictures help me keep my focus on the topic while watching the video. I am also a kinesthetic learner since labs further solidify my understanding in the practical world. Many people believe that they belong to only one learning style, but that is not the case. One can have a combination of the three learning styles.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jeremy, I agree with your post. I feel I am all 3 learning styles because it depends on what i am learning. Overall, I believe I am mostly a visual learner because, I often need to see something first in oder to do it.