• Create BookmarkCreate Bookmark
  • Create Note or TagCreate Note or Tag
  • PrintPrint
Share this Page URL
Help

Chapter 3. Learner and Facilitator > Learning Preferences: How People Take In I...

Learning Preferences: How People Take In Information

In chapter 2 you were introduced to the three main learning preferences: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. If facilitators do an excellent job of meeting the needs of their kinesthetic (hands-on), visual, and auditory learners, they can dramatically increase learning. Although varied learning preferences are always accommodated in a good course design, the facilitator can improve the chances of learning by also tailoring facilitation methods to the learning preferences of the specific group of participants.

Noted

Research has shown that about 36 percent of people are kinesthetic learners, 34 percent are auditory learners, and 29 percent are visual learners (Rose, 1987).



PREVIEW

                                                                          

Not a subscriber?

Start A Free Trial


  
  • Creative Edge
  • Create BookmarkCreate Bookmark
  • Create Note or TagCreate Note or Tag
  • PrintPrint