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Learning Styles Part 2

John Gunby's Quiz
STUDY
PLAY
Verbal Learner
20% of the population
Verbal Learner
They may read information but not really undestand it until they hear it in context with the right intonation
Verbal Learner
Good at writing down what they heard
Verbal Learner
They often repeat a statement to make sure they heard it correctly
Visual Learner
65% of the population
Visual Learner
Associates ideas, concepts, and data with images and techniques
Visual Learner
Respond well to pictures and demonstrations
Visual Learner
They focus on the details of the motion
Visual Learner
Use Demonstrations
Visual Learner
Use Lines
Visual Learner
Use Video
Kinesthetic Learner
15% of the population
Kinesthetic Learner
Carry out a physical activity
Kinesthetic Learner
High degree of accomplishment in sporting activities & acting
Kinesthetic Learner
Tend to focus on more than one activity at a time
Kinesthetic Learner
Tend to have a high degree of hand-eye coordination
Left Brained Oriented Student
Express Orderliness
Left Brained Oriented Student
Time & sequence oriented
Left Brained Oriented Student
Good with math, spelling & grammar
Left Brained Oriented Student
Explicit when they give directions
Left Brained Oriented Student
They will start the beginning & work their way forward
Left Brained Oriented Student
List makers
Left Brained Oriented Student
Logical in coming to conclusions
Left Brained Oriented Student
Reality Based
Left Brained Oriented Student
Adjust to their environment
Left Brained Oriented Student
Like rules
Left Brained Lesson
Structured
Left Brained Lesson
Clear beginning & end point
Left Brained Lesson
Proper series of steps from point A to point B
Left Brained Lesson
Explanations of the purpose will help the instructor with achieving the right level of motivation
Right Brained Oriented Student
Likes to see end result before going back to put the pieces into place
Right Brained Oriented Student
The "Big Picture" is the most important element
Right Brained Oriented Student
May go through a series of unrelated moves before latching onto the correct one
Right Brained Oriented Student
Hand on type that needs to experience the process
Right Brained Oriented Student
His decision making leans to the abstract & is based more on intuition than on fact
Right Brained Oriented Student
He will do what "feels right"
Right Brained Oriented Student
They rely more on visual confirmation to remember things
Right Brained Oriented Student
They will try to change the world to fit the things that are happening
Right Brained Oriented Student
He is creative
Right Brained Oriented Student
Remembers things quite well as he becomes emotionally involved in them
Right Brained Lesson
Images & Pictures of shot patterns might be the best way to get this person moving in the right direction
Right Brained Lesson
Tell them the end 1st & then let them work to figure out the beginning
Right Brained Lesson
They will work hard to achieve results on the golf course
Right Brained Lesson
Get them actively involved in attaining results
Right Brained Lesson
Probably not going to spend a lot of time on drills
4MAT System
Innovative, Analytical, Common-Sense, Dynamic
Innovative Learners
Want to know the "why" so they can become personally involved in the learning process
Innovative Learners
Be prepared to issue a full explanation & then be ready to answer in depth questions
Innovative Learners
This student looks at a concrete situation from a variety of perspectives & then use their own experience to make out of it.
Analytical Learners
Wants to know the "what"
Analytical Learners
Wants all the facts
Analytical Learners
They will question & critique info more than the Innovative Learner but accept a result as long as it is justified
Analytical Learners
Very good listeners
Analytical Learners
If the performance has quality, so will the result
Analytical Learners
A well sequenced & organized lesson is the best path
Analytical Learners
Stay away from imagery -> just stick with the facts of the motion
Common Sense Learners
Action, not talk, is the rule
Common Sense Learners
Code words - Application & Usability
Common Sense Learners
If they do not understand how it works, they will not take the time to learn how to apply it
Common Sense Learners
More inclined to hear the first part & figure out the rest themselves
Common Sense Learners
Grounded in reality
Common Sense Learners
They will break it down into the simplest parts that create the most productive results in their own world
Common Sense Learners
Instructor should provide enough info to create a base & then the student an opportunity to come up with a solution
Dynamic Learners
Very active in discovering the possible when provided with a set of principles
Dynamic Learners
They add flair to any project they encounter
Dynamic Learners
They will reach a point of accomplishment & then try to expand on it
Dynamic Learners
Variety & Flexibility hold this type of learner's attention
Dynamic Learners
Need to provide them with the basis for the motion & then let them experiment with different drills or shots to let them see the differences similarities in the results