Prasheena Varghese Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion 19-Mar-2012 (O101) (O101) 03.24.2012
Influence of learning styles in life have more value than what you think. Self occupied ways leads the way you do learning, the way you access and collect information, and even the words you adapt. Styles in Learning help not only for learning, but relate to a person's preferences for gathering ideas and information, for problem solving and for being successful in society and personal challenges. They have methods for learning, family life, marriage, leisure and work. ‘’Teach me my most difficult concepts in my preferred style. Let me explore my easiest concepts in a different style.
Just don't teach me all the time in your preferred style
and think I'm not capable of learning."
A story and a comment from Virleen M. Carlson, Center for Learning and Teaching, Cornell University, USA. Discussion
In Research, each learning style makes use of our brain and its parts and helps to remember more of what has learned. For example: * Visual: Orientation is given by the occipital and parietal lobes. * Aural: The temporal lobes handle aural part and influences music. * Verbal: Broca’s and Wernick’s area.
* Physical: The cerebellum and the motor cortex
* Logical: The parietal lobes
* Social: The frontal and temporal lobes and the limbic system also influence both the social and solitary styles. The limbic system influences emotions, moods and aggression. * Solitary: It involves the frontal and parietal lobes, and the limbic system.
According to the VARK Questionnaire (Version 7.1)
The preferred styles in learning are,
1. Visual (V):