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Understanding the learning styles of your students

Posted by Kristi Gottwalt on Dec 29, 2015 9:15:00 AM
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People learn differently. This infographic from walks through four different learning styles and how to identify them. The learning styles include: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and read/write leaners. Because students learn in different ways, it is important that lessons are multisensory to meet the needs of all students. At ActivEd, we are proud that Walkabouts do just that. How?

  • Visual learners: Students see the problems on the screen as well as how Jax and Gia move.
  • Auditory learners: Students hear Jax and Gia as they walk them through lessons.
  • Kinesthetic learners: Students move while learning as they follow instructions.
  • Read/write leaners: Walksheets allow students to reinforce lessons in a traditional print format.

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