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want to remember. As a result, this information quickly floats up whenever the aural learner thinks about the interesting example. Compare to Visual learner, they would associate information with a flow chart or an elaborate diagram. Whenever they think about the flowchart, the information associated with flow chart naturally materialize with less effort. Taking exam is stressful and under stress no one performs well. Finding out one's strategy preference can help tackle this stressful task. For example, as a Aural learner, reading out loud inside their head can help with quick flow of ideas and Visual learners can train themselves turning visual back into words. Read/write strategy learners uses printed message as main source of obtaining and conveying message. Just like aural learners prefer to listen to audio book than watching the video, Read/write strategy learners learn best when they read. Reading a book now a days is a novelty with most books are only published in soft copies. Read/write learners has to read in order to understand the information thus prefer reading from a hard copy book than listening to
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VARK Analysis 4 audio book. Usually Read/write learners would write again and again to absorb an information where as visual learners would turn those writings into symbols for their mind to relate writing with symbols. Probably the closest learning strategy to Visual Learning would be kinesthetic learning. Kinesthetic learning is similar to the Visual learning in a sense that most learning techniques utilized by the kinesthetic learners are practical. Kinesthetic Learners has to practically do the task to understand the information. It is similar in a way compare to Visual
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  • Summer '16
  • marylou devlin
  • Kinesthetic learning

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