“As soon as you stop learning, you are behind the competition”
(From 17 important life lessons I learned at 27)
Learning is a concept that everyone is well aware of. As a student, we have been in tune with learning and continue to do even as an adult.
These are some of the common ways of classroom learning→
In visual learning, we learn by looking at symbols, graphs, letters, etc. If by reading and studying the symbols, you think you can learn better than chances are you are a visual learner.
If you can remember information by reciting it out loud, make your own notes, highlighting the key points, then chances are you are more comfortable with verbal learning.
When one can remember things using sound and music, he or she might be an aural learner. For Auditory learners having someone speak out the instructions for them make it easier for them to remember rather than having to read them.
Physical learning is about learning using body movements in any form or your sense of touch. For these learners everything they remember is because of a touch or a body movement. If you have a difficult time sitting still for long chances are that this is happening because you are a physical learner.
If you find yourself asking too many questions or looking at everything to find logic in it, then it is confirmed you are a logical learner. You don’t just believe whatever you hear or read. You make sure to look it up to check or find why something is what it is.
Those who say they can’t study alone and that they would rather do it with a group, then they are social learners. These type of learners like to brainstorm or study and learn with a group or team rather than doing it individually.
Solitary learners tend to be more independent and introspective when it comes to learning. They like to keep to themselves, spend alone time or just take time out to self-analyse, then these are solitary learners.