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Running head: VARK LEARNING ANALYSIS 1 VARK Learning Analysis Rachael Buckley Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS-429VN Denise Guerrier May 23, 2018
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VARK LEARNING ANALYSIS 2 VARK Learning Analysis In 1987 Neil Fleming a New Zealand educator devised a learning style model that identifies peoples learning styles through a series of questions. It was named VARK, which means Visual, Aural, Read/Write, and Kinesthetic. These are the four different learning styles Fleming identified with people being either a mixture of these or one main category. This paper will discuss the many different types of learning styles identified by VARK. It will compare the writer’s style of learning with the styles identified by VARK. According to Fleming “VARK tells you something about yourself that you may or may not know” (VARK, 2018, para. 1). Learning style is described as “the methods used for gathering, processing, interpreting, organizing, and thinking about information” (Marcy, 2001, para. 4). Learning Style The personal learning style that was identified is mild visual, with a score of 14. The other scores were kinesthetic 10, read/write 4, and aural 2. Visual strategies description “this preference uses symbolism and different formats, fonts, and colors to emphasize important points. It does not include video and pictures that show real images and it is not Visual merely because it is shown on a screen” (VARK a guide to learning styles, 2018). Kinesthetic mean learning through experience, using your senses. Read/write is exactly that, what you read and
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