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Chapter 5: What's in STYLE?


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Metacognitive students...
strive for awareness of their personal learning habits and patterns
VAK Learning
Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic Learning
-also known as the Learning Style Theory
By understanding VAK learning styles a student can:
-identify their study routine, strategies and resources compatible with their preferred style
-compensate for in-class instruction that favors a different style
-expand their awareness for multiple sensory learning modes
Visual-spatial learners
acquire and retain knowledge best when information is
presented in a visual format
Auditory learners
hearing-dominant learners
Auditory learners benefit from:
group discussions and group study
Kinesthetic learners
learn best through hands-on activities, or learning that incorporates physical motion