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Seeing Learner. R emember best when you use your eyes. May remember pictures best. Remember words and numbers better if they’re written. C an picture in their mind things that are described to them.

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Seeing Learner

  • Remember best when you use your eyes.
  • May remember pictures best.
  • Remember words and numbers better if they’re written.
  • Can picture in their mind things that are described to them.
  • Understand material better when they read it themselves than when they listen to it.
  • May prefer to use directions (words or pictures) to put something together rather than just "figure it out“
  • Many are very organized, neat, and attentive to details.
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Study Tips
  • Highlight, underline, or write out the main idea of what you’re reading.
  • Use graphic organizers.
  • To study for a test, do something you can see: draw pictures, graphic organizers, make time lines, copy your notes, write out your spelling words, do practice math problems.

Make flash cards.

  • Always write down your assignments in an assignment book or planner.
  • Do not study with the television on.
hearing learner
Hearing Learner
  • Tend to be good talkers and listeners.
  • Enjoy discussions and remember easily what the teacher says.
  • Can get to work after hearing the directions only once.
  • Often remember names and song lyrics after hearing them only one or two times.
  • Like to repeat information aloud to themselvesto make sense of it.
  • Can be distracted by any background noise.
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Study Tips
  • Complete assignments as soon as you can after the teacher gives you directions.
  • When possible, read difficult passages aloud instead of silently.
  • Make audio recordings of your math facts, vocabulary words, or whatever you must memorize and listen to the recordings.

Use music to help you learn. Put the information to a tune you already know, or make up your own song or jingle.

  • Have somebody quiz you or review the information aloud with a friend.
  • Study in a quiet place with no outside distractions.
  • Do not study with the television or the radio on.
doing learner
Doing Learner
  • Like movement and can concentrate best when active.
  • Find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time.
  • Most successful when they can practice or do what they are learning.
  • Many doing learners like to work with their hands.
  • Many like sports and can learn new athletic skills easily.
  • Like projects in class and pastimes at home where they can DO something instead of simply reading, writing, or listening.
  • Organization may be difficult.

Doing Learner

  • Use concrete objects (like coins, beans, blocks, etc.) to help you understand math concepts.
  • When learning spelling or vocabulary words, do something like tracing your words in salt or sand, or using magnetic letters to spell out the words.
  • Use maps, globes, and puzzles to study history and geography.

Teach what you have learned to someone else.

  • Have someone talk through the information with you while you do something active: shoot baskets, jump rope, or take a walk
  • Get up frequently to take breaks while studying.
  • Have a parent or teacher help you develop a system to get and stay organized.