Thursday, 23 May 2013

Touch (Tactile Learning)


Touch (Tactile Learning) the Basics

Explanation of Touch (Tactile Learning)

This refers to your ability to learn by feeling, touching and sometimes tasting. You need to have contact with something to remember it and you remember it. You are able to recall information that you have had contact with.

Do I do any of these?

  1. Touch
  2. Trace 
  3. Feel 
  4. Remember information from a feeling (like the biology of a plant from working with it in the garden)
  5. Is your memory stimulated if you can touch something whilst learning

If you said yes to a few of the above...

or similar behaviours you may want to adapt your learning and performance to a more touch orientated method.... and see if you have any changes in your work or education.

Writing (Auditory Learning)


Writing (Auditory Learning) the Basics

Explanation of Writing (Auditory Learning)

This refers to your ability to learn by writing. You write information down and you remember it. You are able to recall information because you have written it.

Do I do any of these?

  1. Writing Notes 
  2. Write notes to remind yourself
  3. Take notes with ease whilst some is talking or if you are reading
  4. Copying information

If you said yes to a few of the above...

or similar behaviours you may want to adapt your learning and performance to a more writing method.... and see if you have any changes in your work or education.

Speaking (Auditory Learning)


Speaking(Auditory Learning) the Basics

Explanation of Speaking (Auditory Learning)

This refers to your ability to learn by talking. You tell someone something and you remember it. You are able to recall information that you have said.

Do I do any of these?

  1. Discussions and debates
  2. Talk aloud
  3. Learn from conversations  
  4. Enjoying asking question and giving verbal explanations 
  5. Do you remember or learn from teaching something

If you said yes to a few of the above...

or similar behaviours you may want to adapt your learning and performance to a more spoken method.... and see if you have any changes in your work or education.

Reading (Auditory Learning)


Reading (Auditory Learning) the Basics

Explanation of Reading (Auditory Learning)

This refers to your ability to learn by reading. You read something and you remember it. You are able to recall information that you have read.

Do I do any of these?

  1. Reread  
  2. Read and write summary notes 
  3. Enjoy reading off the board than listening to the teacher 
  4. Like presentations on the overhead or projector 
  5. Learn from study notes or textbooks

If you said yes to a few of the above...

or similar behaviours you may want to adapt your learning and performance to a more reading method.... and see if you have any changes in your work or education.