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Most of the parents have no idea of their son/daughter’s learning mode, but they should have otherwise children/students can not learn as the situation demands.

It depends on the students’ physiological set up that they bring when they are born.

Have a good idea of it from the following chart:

Modality Descriptors Write your children’s mode
Visual Learners (input)
  • Learn by observation
  • Can recall what they have seen
  • Can follow written or drawn instructions
  • Like to read
  • Use written notes
  • Benefit by visualizing, watching TV/video/films
Auditory Learners (input)
Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
  • Prefer listening and taking notes
  • Listen for patterns
  • Consult peers to ascertain that they have the correct details
  • Can recall what they have heard
  • Can follow oral directions
  • Repeat words aloud for memorization
  • Use oral language effectively
Kinesthetic Learners (input)
  • Are often physically adept
  • Learn through experience and physical activity
  • Benefit from demonstration
  • Learn from teaching others what they know
Tactile Learners (input)
  • Learn by touching and manipulating objects
  • Often learn inductively rather than deductively
  • Tend toward pscychomotor over abstract thinking
  • Prefer personal connections to topics
  • Follow directions they have written themselves / that they have rehearsed
  • Benefit from demonstrations
Active
  • Can be impulsive
  • Risk-takers
  • Do not prefer lectures
  • Prefer group work
  • Tend to be interpersonal
  • Not inclined to too much note-taking
Reflective
  • Prefer to think about concepts quietly before any action
  • Learn by thinking
  • Like writing
  • Tend to be intrapersonal and introspective
Global Understanding
  • Make decisions based on intuition
  • Spontaneous and creative; “idea” person
  • Often a risk-taker
  • Tend to reach conclusions quickly
  • Intake information in large chunks rather than details
  • Nonlinear thinkers
  • “See the forest before they see the trees.”
Analytical Understanding
  • Sequential, linear learners
  • Prefer information in small chumks, steps
  • Can follow the rules for mathematic equations
  • Prefer a logical progression
  • “See the trees before they see the forest.”

 Just follow it  and advise your child to follow the mode which s/he feels comfortable to pic-11adopt as study in formation age  is necessary, so the learning  style would help students to study enthusiastically and they can enjoy it at the fullest.

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