Tuesday, 11 October 2016

The results here show that I am not much of a visual learner. I am much more of an aural and kinaesthetic learner.

An aural learner is someone who prefers discussions, either in groups or 1:1, over reading and writing and visualising. This preference is for information that is spoken or heard and the use of questioning is an important part of a learning strategy for those with this preference.

A kinaesthetic learner is someone who prefers the practical side of things. For example, when on a course, the part which I look forward to the most is normally work experience as I get to test myself with what I have learned and I will usually improve my skills because of it.