Vark Analysis Nrs-429v Family-Centered Health Promotion

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VARK Analysis

Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion September 21, 2012

A very good description of your personal learning style. You have covered all of the requirements for content in the paper  Areas for Improvement: Please review APA formatting. The paper should be in Times New Roman, double spaced and have a separate reference page. I would highly advise using the GCU APA template for your papers as it is already formatted for APA. Watch spelling and make sure to use complete sentences. Also I did not see that you attached the actual VARK result report to the assignment or to the assignment drop box which is required for full points. Since you stated the numerical results I did give you partial credit. The rubric is attached to the end of your paper. 95 out of 100 points earned

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L earning is only complete when an individual can reproduce the knowledge gained from educational institutions, self-study and observance. Retention of knowledge depends on the way students have gained the knowledge; learning style varies from person to person. One method that may be highly appealing to a particular student may not be appealing to another student. So learning style is a very subjective matter and there are different ways to categorize learning styles, this paper focus on VARK learning analysis quiz and learning styles as well as the implication of understanding an individual’s learning style.

VARK abbreviation stands for visual, aural, read/write, and kinesthetic. VARK model is one of the most prevalent learning style analyzing tools. Neil Fleming developed it in 1987, to help students and others learn more about their individual learning preferences (Fleming & Mills, 2011). This methodology was the first organized arrangement of questions with ideal responses that could be used to identify students, teachers, and employers learning styles. Under Neil Fleming’s model, learners are identified according to their preferred learning style that are visual learning (images, films, pictorial representation), auditory learning (audio tapes, conversation, speeches), reading and writing (taking notes, manuals, creating list), or kinesthetic learning (movement, experiments, hands-on activities).

Visual Learners are those categories of individuals who learn the best from visual representation. They learn from seeing graphic displays such as diagrams, publications, and videos. To those individuals this method appeals the most would prefer to have information visualized rather than in any written form. Learners in this category relies on the ability to visualize an object, a mental impression is created that help the individual to recollect the data better than listening, reading/writing or by touching or doing.

Aural Learners lean towards retaining information the best when presented in audio formats. These Aural learning individuals prefer to hear directions and speak answers, for example recording lectures and listening later. Aural learners greatly benefit from the advancement in technology making it is possible to download podcasts, recorded lectures or any conversations to mobile devises and listen to it on the go. Read-write learners are those of individuals who able to be learn the best from reading/writing information. Learners who fall into this category are at high advantage over the other learning styles since this is most widely used form of teaching method in educational institutions. Information is rendered in formats such instruction manuals, lectures, written words from online sources, textbooks, lists and handouts (Fleming & Mills, 2011). Typical read/write learner is a person who operates equipment after reading the manual. Finally, kinesthetic learner is the category of learners who prefer seeing or doing what is being learned. Hand on experience appeals the user more than listening, read-write, and visual learning methodology. This type of learning...
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