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20 February 2015
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Did you ever wonder why you sometimes remember things better when they’re explained one way rather than another? Maybe you’re good at remembering what people say or perhaps you only have to watch someone cook an omelette once and you know exactly how to do it on your own.

Everybody has a particular learning style, and it’s important that you discover the way in which you learn best because you can then use your learning style to maximise your performance in school and life.

There are three main types of learner
Visual learners Auditory learners Kinaesthetic learners Click each icon to find out more!
Visual learners Auditory learners Kinaesthetic learners
who learn
through seeing
who learn
through listening
who learn
through moving,
doing and touching

The majority of people - around 65% - are visual learners. Auditory learners make up 30% of the population, while kinaesthetic learners make up the remaining 5%. It’s important to remember that although everyone has one strong learning style, everyone can improve their learning by using a combination of all these styles. Visual learners - 65%Auditory learners - 30%Kinaesthetic learners - 5%


 
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