VARK Analysis Paper
Learning styles of an individual is a preferable method of the absorption of knowledge. Each individual’s approach to the learning style is different. To establish your education effectively and successfully, identifying your own learning style is beneficial. “The learning style view has acquired great influence with in the education field, and is frequently encountered at levels ranging from kindergarten to graduate school” (Pashler, McDaniel, Rohrer, & Bjork, 2008, page. 105). Students use different types of learning style models for their attainment. The Felder-Silverman learning model, Peter Honey and Alan Mumford’s model, David Kolb’s model, Anthony Gregorc’s model and Neil Fleming’s VAK/VARK model are just a few examples of them. The most frequently used and popular learning style model is Neil Fleming’s VARK model. To identify student’s preferable learning style he uses a tool called a “VARK questionnaire”. After completing the questionnaire he/she will decide what type of leaning style is ideal for them. And they will use this learning style to the best of their ability to fulfill their academic goals. The purpose of this paper is to explain the author’s preferable learning style and strategies. AS well as compare the preferred learning strategies to the identified strategies and evaluate any changes that are necessary to make in the study habits. Synopsis of My Learning Style
Each individual has their own learning style and it is unique for them. Out of four learning styles (Visual, Aural, Reading/Writing, Kinesthetic) visual, read/write are the author’s preferred way of learning. One who learn best by the way of seeing is a visual leaner and it is one of the common style. They understand well when the information is diagram, pictures, charts, graphs, maps etc. Reading/writing leaner study better taking notes and reading or copying the notes. This way information stick into their brain. Textbooks and lecture notes are some...
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