To have an effective, efficient and objective management of the class, teachers are obliged to prepare lesson plans. But other factors are to be considered to help students to effectively grasp of what is being taught to them. Teachers should realize the most convenient ways their students acquired learning.

Learning Styles.
The theory of Learning Styles is an offshout of the concept of left-brain/right-brain hemisphere of neurological functioning introduced in the late 70’s. This theory explains that left-brain learners are those who are inclined to presume thing in logical, verbal or linear manner. Right-brain learners, on the other hand, are those who take things in an extra creative, spatial and hostile way.

The Learning Styles For Different Learners
Students vary in the different learning strategies and styles they adopt. Sustained by the psychological theory of learning, educators designed classifications of learners according to their preferred ways of understanding lessons.

Visual/Verbal Learners
Visual/ Verbal Learners are students who learn best through visual or written presentations. They are most likely to understand the lesson easily when they are written in the blackboard or presented in an overhead projector

Tactile and Kinesthetic Learners
Tactile and kinesthetic Learners are active learners. They are also called the kinetic learners because they process knowledge through physical sensations. They learn best when they are physically involved in “hands on” activities.

Visual/ Non-Verbal Learners
Visual/ Non-Verbal Learners are students with great imagination. They learn easily through visual aids, films, videos, maps and charts. These students are often with artistic and creative sides that enjoy doing things with artistic designs.

Auditory/ Verbal Learners
Auditory/ Verbal Learners are students who prefer to work in a group. They learn fast the information presented auditory in oral language format.


Website | + posts