VARK ANALYSIS2VARK AnalysisVARK is a guide that helps a person understand what the most effective manner oflearning is for them, such as; visual, aural, read/write and kinesthetic modalities. VARK wascreated by Neil Fleming in 1987. While there has been knowledge of these different modes forcenturies Fleming was the first to present a systematic series of questions to help the learner tounderstand the best way of learning for each individual (Introduction to VARK, n.d.).VARK Learning Style AnalysisThe results seen by this student upon completion of the VARK questionnaire had thefollowing scores: visual-six, aural-four, read/write-four, and kinesthetic-seven. These numbersshow the student to be a multimodal (MM) learner. MM learners are sub-categorized into twotypes. This student is a VARK Type 2 learner. This style of learner prefers input in all of thesemodes. VARK Type 2 learners take longer to collect information from each method, oftenresulting in a deeper understanding of the subject matter (Introduction to VARK, n.d.). VARKType 2 learners may be thought of as procrastinators, but in reality, they are merely gathering allthe information possible before acting. Their decision-making and learning skills may bestronger due to the extensiveness of understanding gained through thorough research.
VARK ANALYSIS3My Learning StrategiesAs a multimodal (MM) learner, this student incorporates all four learning methods in theVARK model. Visual students prefer to use lists as well as using figures, pictures, and symbolictools such as graphs, flowcharts, or models in printed form (Khanal, Shah, & Koirala, 2014).