Learning Style


Most classrooms teach in a manner that caters to the learning style of students who can take in information that is presented through verbal language.  The problem with this is that only 25% of Elementary school-aged students learn this way. 

 

Understanding the learning style of a student can help solve school problems.  For instance, in teaching vocabulary words, some children respond best by using flash cards, while others need verbal drills, and a third group thrives on using body movements to help recall the definition. 

  

At the Agape Learning Center, we can reach children more efficiently and effectively by recognizing their learning style preference. 

 

Click the following links to find out more about each learning style:

 

-The Kinesthetic Learner-

 

 

-The Auditory Learner-

 

 

-The Visual Learner-

 

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Take a moment to find out the Learning Style that you prefer by taking our survey:

 

Learning Style Survey