Okay, i'm pretty bad at explaining things. I know there's different types of learning, well I know a couple - kinesic, visual, auditary(?) etc.
Everyone seems to know which type they have and then can revise the best way. I don't know mine.
Well, i'm pretty sure I don't learn from the auditary(?) (I don't know if that's the word ) as I remember recording the notes I had from one of my exams, listened to it at night, didn't work.
How to find out what type of learning I have. Watch
- Thread Starter
- 27-12-2010 15:41
- 27-12-2010 15:55
The model I know is VARK
They all speak for themselves except Kinesthetic which means 'doing practically'.
remember a time when you learned something easily and see which of the labels best applies to the way you learned it - could be more than one.