After completing “The VARK Questionnaire: How DO I Learn Best?” my results came as to no surprise. Receiving the Multimodal as a preferred learning style really summed up my study habits over the years. The Multimodal learning style encompasses all four learning styles for learners. They are as follows: Visual approach, aural approach, Read-Write approach, and Kinesthetic approach to learning. The results states that learning for me is best achieved through all four, and none more dominant then the other. At times my learning could more successful if all four aspect of my learning style is incorporated in my learning.
The Visual preferred learning style is a unique learning style that rarely uses words to provide information to the learner. Visual learners are highly successful in learning material when it is presented to them in pictures, graphs, flow charts, slides, posters, labeled diagrams, maps, and other various forms to stress important details such as underlining, using different colors, along with highlighters. According to my VARK Questionnaire Result this was an 11 on my point sheet, one of my higher results.
The Aural preferred
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