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Do you know your child's learning style? Struggling performers may be mislabeled due to a program's inability to tap into a style that best suits them. We offer a 10 month flexible virtual and textbook option for grades pre-K-12 to help find that fit.
Read more about the seven learning styles here:
Visual (spatial) Learner
Visual learners are those who prefer learning by observing things. Using pictures, images, diagrams, whiteboards and more helps these types of learners understand information better. These students can easily visualize information, have a good sense of direction and usually likes to draw and doodle.
Aural (auditory) Learner
Sound and music are a strong suit for these types of learners who typically have a good sense of rhythm. These learners are usually singers or musicians who are familiar with different instruments and the sounds they make. Aural learners are good listeners who normally learn best through verbal presentations like lectures and speeches.
Verbal (linguistic) Learner
These learners prefer using words, both in speech and writing. They can easily express themselves and usually love to read and write. Verbal learners tend to have a vast vocabulary and excel in activities that involve speaking, debating, and journalism.
Physical (kinesthetic) Learner
Whether it’s by using their body or hands, these learners are all about the sense of touch. Physical activities and sports play a big part in these student’s lives. Getting hands-on is a must for these learners who love to tinker and learn best when they can do rather than see or hear.
Logical (mathematical) Learner
If there is logic, reasoning and numbers involved, these learners are sure to excel. These students function and solve complex problems by employing strategies and their scientific way of thinking. Computer programming, math and science are usually favored by these types of learners.
Social (interpersonal) Learner
Learning in groups and working with others is favored by social learners. These students know how to communicate effectively and enjoy collaborating with others, brainstorming and discussing ideas and concepts. Social learners are generally good listeners who are thoughtful and understanding.
Solitary (intrapersonal) Learner
These students prefer to use self-study and work alone. They are independent and are very self-aware and in tune with their thoughts and feelings. These learners prefer being away from the crowds and learn best in a quiet place where they can focus on the task at hand.
What Are the Different Learning Styles? (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2020, from https://www.time4learning.com/learning-styles/