A trainer is about to teach a group of students. Then he has collected data for trainee’s characteristics but the problem is he hasn’t assessed the students learning style to complete the trainee’s profile.
What is learning style? Learning style is one’s own way of learning new information and ideas. It will give us an idea on how a person receive and transfer information.
Suggested learning styles are VARK Learning Style Model and PART Learning Styles. Feel free to choose between the two in determining trainees’ learning style/s.
- Visual, Auditory, Read/Write and Kinesthetic (VARK) Learning Style Model
Everyone learn differently since we all have preferred way to absorb, comprehend and retain new information.
VARK Learning styles, as proposed by Fleming and Mills (1992), is a model that describes how a person takes-in and gives-out information while learning. These learning styles are visual (learns best by seeing graphs, charts, and other symbols), auditory (learns best by listening), read/write (learns best by reading text-based information) and kinesthetic (learns best by doing).
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