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Learning Style


Visual, aural, reading/writing and kinesthetic learning styles are various approaches or ways of learning. They involve educating methods, particular to an individual, that are presumed to allow that individual to learn best. Most people prefer an identifiable method of interacting with, taking in, and processing stimuli or information. Based on this concept, the idea of individualized "learning styles" originated.  People learn in many ways but typically have one dominate learning style.  Combining visual, aural, reading/writing and kinesthetic learning styles will increase your comprehension and retention level.  The Learner should assess their learning styles and understand which method best fit best.  This is called the "meshing hypothesis".

Mountainview has developed courseware to accommodate various learning styles.  This increases the Learner's chances of passing the very challenging certification exam.  Visit the Venue page for more details.

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Other learning styles

  • Cognitive approach to learning styles

  • David Kolb's model: based on the Experiential Learning Theory

  • Honey and Mumford's model: Two adaptations to Kolb's experiential model

  • Anthony Gregorc's model

  • Sudbury model of democratic education

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