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Unveiling Your Learning Style: A Guide to the Four Learning Types (and more)

Updated: 5 days ago


Have you ever wondered why some students excel at lectures while others thrive with hands-on activities? Now, we can see how that carries on into our professional lives as adults when something is more challenging to absorb simply because it's not being taught in a way that feels organic to us, each as an individual.


There is no one-size-fits-all, and we at Become. are a "choose your own adventure" kinda brand. We're working on media that is accessible to all, which is a major part of our schtick. 



Become. Media Learning Styles Auditory, Visual, Kinesthetic, Reading/Writing, Social, Solio


The answer lies in individual learning styles. Understanding your preferred way of absorbing information can revolutionize your learning experience and unlock your full potential.


Let's delve into the six primary learning styles:


1. Auditory Learners:

  • Motto: "I hear and I understand."

  • Strengths: Thrive in lectures, discussions, and group activities. Excel at following spoken instructions and retaining information presented verbally.

  • Learning Strategies: Record lectures, participate in discussions, use audiobooks and podcasts, explain concepts aloud to solidify understanding.

2. Visual Learners:

  • Motto: "Seeing is believing."

  • Strengths: Absorb information best through visual

  • aids like pictures, diagrams, charts, and videos. Remember details from presentations and written materials with illustrations.

  • Learning Strategies: Use mind maps, take notes with diagrams, watch educational videos, create visual representations of concepts.

3. Kinesthetic Learners:

  • Motto: "Learning by doing."

  • Strengths: Grasp information best through movement and hands-on activities. Excel in laboratories, workshops, and role-playing scenarios.

  • Learning Strategies: Participate in simulations, take breaks to move around, use physical manipulatives while studying, act out concepts.

4. Reading/Writing Learners:

  • Motto: "The written word is my gateway to knowledge."

  • Strengths: Learn effectively through reading and writing. Retain information best by taking detailed notes, summarizing concepts, and writing essays or reports.

  • Learning Strategies: Take comprehensive notes, actively engage with written materials, use flashcards, rewrite concepts in different words.


Quick intermission here - once you identify your way of learning, the environment you are immersed in can be another layer to your learning style. See numbers 5 and 6.


5. Social Learners:

  • Motto: "Together we learn and grow."

  • Strengths: Thrive in collaborative environments, discussions, and group projects. Learn effectively by bouncing ideas off others and receiving feedback.

  • Learning Strategies: Form study groups, participate in class discussions, present findings to peers, engage in online learning communities.

6. Solo Learners:

  • Motto: "I learn best independently."

  • Strengths: Prefer to study and process information on their own. Focus best in quiet environments and enjoy self-directed learning.

  • Learning Strategies: Set individual learning goals, create personalized study schedules, utilize online learning resources at their own pace, seek guidance from instructors when needed.


There are two more learning styles to layer on here, and that's if you're more logical or verbal:

  • Logical learners: Enjoy problem-solving, following step-by-step instructions, and understanding cause-and-effect relationships.

  • Verbal learners: Are articulate and enjoy using language to communicate and learn, excelling in debates, presentations, and storytelling.

It's important to remember that these are just categories, and most people fall somewhere on a spectrum, incorporating elements of different learning styles. Identifying your dominant learning style can help you:

  • Choose effective study strategies: Visual learners can use flashcards and mind maps, auditory learners can record lectures and listen repeatedly, kinesthetic learners can build models or act out scenarios.

  • Communicate your needs in academic or professional settings: Let teachers know you prefer visual aids or request quieter environments.

  • Embrace different learning experiences: Don't limit yourself to your preferred style. Challenge yourself with new formats to expand your learning potential.

What's your dominant learning style?

  • Auditory

  • Visual

  • Kinesthetic

  • Reading/Writing


Remember, most individuals possess a blend of these learning styles, with one or two typically being dominant. By identifying your preferred style, you can tailor your learning strategies to maximize your comprehension and retention. Embrace your unique learning journey and unlock your full potential, ya cool kid!


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