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Discussion 3 – SLS1001 VARK is an acronym that stands for VISUAL, AURAL, READ-WRITE, and KINESTHETIC. They describe the types of learning styles that we have. VISUAL is a learning style of a person that works better with images, symbols, charts, diagrams, etc. AURAL is more for someone that prefers listening to learn. READ-WRITE people prefer to read a lot and to write a lot in order to collect and organize all the information. Finally, KINESTHETIC is the learning style of a person who prefers to learn through experience by doing and feeling. I believe, from my experience, Professor Revilla is a Read – Write learner and a Kinesthetic learner also. I took the VARK test and I got 9 points for Visual and 9 points for Kinesthetic, so I know that we can have two high score learning styles. Professor Nancy is a Read – Write learner because 90% of her slides are full of words, (only few images and one or two videos), but mostly words. She also reads a lot her slides and try to teach us that way. She is a Kinesthetic learner
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  • Fall '10
  • Kinesthetic learning, VARK, Kinesthetic, Professor Nancy

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