Effective teachers at all levels know that students learn differently from one another: Some learn best by hearing information, others are hands-on (or “kinesthetic”) learners, and still others are visual learners. But did you know that one of those groups makes up nearly two-thirds of the population? And do you know which teaching approach is most effective for each preferred learning style? Do you know which is your own preferred learning style?
Students of certain learning styles tend to gravitate toward professions that match their learning styles well. For example, visual learners are more likely than others to become artists, and auditory learners a more apt to become lawyers. It all comes down to what students are most comfortable doing, and how they’re most comfortable doing it.
Check out our latest infographic to find out more about learning styles, and about how teachers can best approach each learning style!