To learn, we depend on our senses to gain and make sense of new information. Most people tend to use one of their senses more than the others. There are many different ways to determine your style of learning and there are different ideas about how many styles there.
This Learning Styles Inventory is based on three different senses; auditory (hearing), visual (seeing) and kinesthetic (touch and movement). Completing the following questions will help you determine which of these learning styles you rely on the most.
Whether you're learning or teaching, knowing your own learning style can make a real difference in your experience. We tend to teach in the way that we learn best, but our student or students may have a different style. Knowing how you learn and, by extension, how you teach, can help tutors create more effective lessons. As a student, knowing your greatest learning strength can help you decide how to study on your own, give you ideas for how to work with your tutor and give you insight into your unique way of learning.