Accommodating various learning styles
Or maybe you're one of those people who just dive in and get their hands busy, figuring things out as you go. They're different styles of learning, and everyone has one they're most comfortable with.We all have a blending of styles and rely on one or more depending on the circumstance and our development.
Just like it helps us as educators to learn and understand our students' styles of learning, knowing our own can help us use our strengths in the classroom. We define a learning modality as a sensory pathway in which students learn.
Another is learning how to provide opportunities for learning through the use of these identified learning preferences.
Teachers often use their preferred learning style as their main mode of teaching and if students do not share those same preferences then learning can be very difficult and frustrating.
Imagine a young student sitting in a classroom while a teacher is teaching them how to add and subtract.
The teacher is speaking at the perfect pace and has a few examples written on the board.