Response to intervention learning styles



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The column with my highest score was .


The column with my lowest score was .
I had two or more columns with scores within three points of one another. These columns were , and .

What Does It Mean?

(a)

(b)

(c)

Similar Scores

Visual Learner

Auditory Learner

Tactile/Kinesthetic

Learner


Multi-Sensory

Learner



  • If the column with your highest score was the (a) column, you are most likely a visual learner.

  • If the column with your highest score was the (b) column, you are most likely an auditory learner.

  • If the column with your highest score was the (c) column, you are most likely a tactile/kinesthetic learner.

  • If you had two or more columns with scores within three points of one another, you are most likely a multi-sensory learner.


Visual Learners

  • As a visual learner, you prefer using pictures and images to gain understanding of new ideas and information.

  • You often recognize words by sight, use lists to organize your thoughts and recall information by remembering how it was set out on a page.

  • You think in images or pictures. You process what you hear or read and translate that information into meaningful images for future recall.



Auditory Learners

  • As an auditory learner, you prefer using sound and music to acquire information.

  • You learn best by hearing and listening and filter incoming information through your listening and repeating skills.

  • You like the teacher to provide verbal instructions and you like dialogues, discussions and plays.

  • You solve problems by talking about them.

  • To assist with recall, auditory learners often use rhythm and sound as memory aids.

Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners

  • As a tactile/kinesthetic learner, you prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch to learn new information.

  • You learn best when you are actively involved in the learning process such as with hands-on activities like projects and demonstrations.

  • Writing, drawing and movement are often useful as memory aids.

Multi-Sensory Learners

  • As a multi-sensory learner, you are comfortable using a variety of modes to acquire new information.

  • Given the freedom in the learning environment, you can easily select which learning style will best enable you to process the content.

  • Not only do you use a variety of approaches to learn new information, you are comfortable using any of these styles - visual, auditory, or tactile-kinesthetic - to explain information to others.



Source: Stetson and Associates, 2004



RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION

LEARNING STYLES: CHARACTERISTICS OF AUDITORY LEARNERS


      • Learns through listening

      • Learns best through verbal lectures, discussion, talking things through, and listening to what others have to say

      • Interprets the underlying meaning of speech through listening to tone of voice, pitch ,speed, and other nuances

      • Prefers directions given orally

      • Seldom takes notes or writes things down

      • Prefers lectures to reading assignments

      • Often repeats what has just been said

      • Talks to self

      • Often benefits from reading text aloud and using a tape recorder

      • Sits where they can hear but needn't pay attention to what is happening in front

      • Hums or talks to himself/herself or others when bored

      • Acquires knowledge by reading aloud

      • Remembers by verbalizing lessons to themselves (if they don't they have difficulty

reading maps or diagrams or handling conceptual assignments like mathematics).
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