1. Determine the type of learner you are by completing the VARK learn from: https://vark-learn.com/the-vark-questionnaire/Links to an external site. 2. Identify your study plans based on your learni

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1. Determine the type of learner you are by completing the VARK learn from:  https://vark-learn.com/the-vark-questionnaire/Links to an external site.

2. Identify your  study plans based on your learning type. If you are a multimodal learner, please use the one with the highest number.

3. After completing one and two question, please introduce yourself, state the type of learner you are and share one and two.

4. Respond to one of your classmates.

Example. I am Nancy. I recently completed the Vark learn and I was shocked to know that I was a kinetic learner when I thought I was a read/write learner.

Based on the Vark learn. As a kinetic learner  I can learn by doing the following:

To take in information:

  • use all your senses – sight, touch, taste, smell, hearing…
  • use hands-on approaches.
  • read case studies.
  • watch videos, especially those that show real things.
  • look at exhibits, samples, photographs….
  • attend laboratory and practical sessions.
  • use surveys, field trips and interviews.
  • use recipes and solutions to problems.
  • take notice of real-life examples and personal stories.
  • look for examples of principles.
  • learn by trial and error.
  • look for opportunities to apply what you have learned especially in clinical
  • use actions to help your understanding.

To present information to others:

  • Focus on the “real” things that happened; reality is what is important.
  • Use plenty of examples when you talk, discuss, present or write.
  • Use your previous experience as the basis for any decision-making.
  • Use case studies and applications to help with difficult principles and abstract concepts.
  • Get others to focus on the detail. Use detail to argue against principles or abstract ideas.
  • Stay in this world and in this time. Now is where you want to be.
  • Be aware that others may NOT  have a Kinesthetic preference like you, so respect their differences. Find the preferences of those you are presenting to, and learn to be multimodal and deliver something in their preferred modes.

In Education:

  • Your notes may be poor because the topics were not “concrete” or “relevant“. So expand them into a learnable package. Then reduce them from three pages down to one page.
  • Put plenty of examples into your notes and answers.
  • Remember the “real” things that happened. Search for the reality and the applications of ideas.
  • Go back to the laboratory or your laboratory manual or your practical notes. Recall the experiments and field visits where you learned.
  • Find pictures and photographs that illustrate an abstract idea, theory or principle.
  • Talk about your notes with another person with a Kinesthetic preference.
  • Use previous exam, assessment and test papers.
  • Role-play the test situation in your own study room.
  • You want to experience the exam so that you can understand it; recall previous examinations, especially those were you did well.

Calendar:

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