Students tend to perform best when they are taught, at least in part, with the learning style that they favor. There are three major learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Students that favor a visual learning style prefer to have content delivered in a way that contains many visual elements. If a student prefers an auditory style, they respond best with a style that’s delivery is given in a lecture or discussion format. Kinesthetic learners need to have movement incorporated within the content. Teachers need to explore a variety of teaching strategies to best accommodate these broad learning styles. Teachers need to be willing to incorporate multiple strategies in their classroom to effectively meet the diverse needs of their students.
Keywords: Auditory learners, Visual learners, Kinesthetic learners Teaching strategies
Year Manuscript Completed
Senior Project Advisor
Tricia Jordan, PhD
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Daniel, Angela, "TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR DIVERSE LEARNING STYLES" (2023). Integrated Studies. 479.