6 Types of Learning Styles

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6 Types of Learning Styles

  1. 1. QMT112 PowerPoint Presentation Name Matrics No. I/C No. Subject Lecturer AngelisA‘s : Angelisa Everyll : *********** : *********** : QMT112 Computer Software Application : Tuan Haji Ahmad Moghni B. Salbani
  2. 2. : 1. This sign is a home button. 2. This sign is a back/previous button. 3. This sign is a next/forward button. 4. This sign is a video button. AngelisA‘s
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  4. 4. 1. Introductions. 2. Importance of Learning Styles 3. What is learning styles? 4. Types of learning styles. 5. Conclusions. 6. References. 7. Quiz! AngelisA‘s 8. The End.
  5. 5. • It is important to understand that there is no “best” way to learn. • There are many different learning styles, and different styles are suited to different people and/or situations (Carter, et al., 1999). Everybody has a preferred learning style. AngelisA‘s
  6. 6. • Knowing and understanding our learning style helps us to learn more effectively. • Through identifying your learning style, you will be able to capitalize on your strengths and improve your skills. AngelisA‘s
  7. 7. • Learning styles is a group of characteristic, attitude and behaviours that define our way of learning. • Learning style is a particular way in which the mind receives and processes information (Carter, et al.,1999). AngelisA‘s
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  10. 10. • Visual learners are those that learn best through seeing them (Fleming 2011). • The individual process information in pictures rather than words (Silverman & Freed, 1996). AngelisA‘s
  11. 11. • Write things down. • Look at the person who is talking to you. This will help you to stay focused. • Study independently, rather than in groups. • Make notes in class; recopy to recall information. • Make flash cards for vocabulary words. • Make mind maps, charts, diagram or graphs. AngelisA‘s
  12. 12. • Auditory learners enjoy talking and listening. • They remember what they hear more clearly than what they see or feel (Sprenger, 2005). • These learners interpret the essential meaning of speech by listening to tone of voice, pitch, and speed (Learning Styles, n.d.). AngelisA‘s
  13. 13. • Study with a friend or parent to talk about information. • Read books, articles, notes, and directions out loud.T • ape record lectures, rather than taking written notes. • Do oral reports or turn in tape whenever possible. AngelisA‘s
  14. 14. • Kinesthetic learners use the whole body while learning, and usually have a high level of gross motor-skill controls. • Kinesthetic learners also struggle with teaching styles that involve only auditory and visual lessons. AngelisA‘s
  15. 15. • Study important information by placing facts on index cards and reading the information aloud while pacing or walking around. • Try studying while lying on a bed or the floor, or listening to music. • Use brightly colored paper under worksheets or study materials to help you focus. AngelisA‘s
  16. 16. • Tactile learners best learn through the sense of touch. • These learners love to use their hands to learn new information. • The tactile learner will learn best when using their hands. AngelisA‘s
  17. 17. • Learn by using their small motor skills. • Handle and experiment with concrete learning materials. • Produce their own instructional resources. • Create their own learning manipulatives to master and reinforce new and difficult information. AngelisA‘s
  18. 18. • Individual/solitary learners prefer to work alone and use self-study. • Solitary learners are more private, introspective and independent. AngelisA‘s
  19. 19. • Group/Social learners prefer to learn in groups or with other people. • A social learners typically prefer learning in groups or classes, or they like to spend much one-on-one time with a teacher or an instructor. AngelisA‘s
  20. 20. Everyone have different learning styles and each person may have more than 2 learning styles but it is very important for everyone to know their main/major learning styles so they can study more effectively. AngelisA‘s
  21. 21. • http://www.ehow.com/info_8083693_differe nce-between-tactile-kinesthetic.html • http://snjones.myweb.uga.edu/page2.htm • http://school.familyeducation.com/intelligenc e/teaching-methods/38520.html • http://www.ilsa-learningstyles.com/Learning+Styles/MultiSensory+Approaches+to+Learning/Tactile+Lea rning+Strategies.html AngelisA‘s
  22. 22. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. AngelisA‘s Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5
  23. 23. Questions 1 : All of the sentences below are the importance of learning styles, except? A. To study efficiently. B. To be smarter than your friend. AngelisA‘s
  24. 24. Question 2 : What is learning styles? A. Learning styles is a group of characteristic, attitude and behaviours that define our way of learning. B. Learning styles is a group of perceptions, attitude and behaviours that influence our way of learning. AngelisA‘s
  25. 25. Question 3: What is a kinesthetic learner? A. Learners who learns through touches. B. Learners who learn with whole body movements. AngelisA‘s
  26. 26. Question 4: Which phrase best suits a visual learners? A. “Seeing is believing.” B. “Actions speaks louder than words.” AngelisA‘s
  27. 27. Question 5: Kinesthetic learner learns best by.. A. Making mind maps and colourful notes. B. Trying to dance like the dance teacher in dancing class. AngelisA‘s
  28. 28. SORRY… TRY AGAIN. Angelisa‘s
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  31. 31. YOU GOT IT RIGHT!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! Angelisa‘s
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  36. 36. YOU GOT IT RIGHT!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! Angelisa‘s
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