People usually learn in three ways.
- VISUAL: They prefer to learn by seeing and reading. They learn by reading on their own. They prefer color things, graphics and maps.
- AUDITORY: They prefer to learn by hearing, listening and discussing.
- KINETICS: The energy of motion stays better in the minds of some people. They learn by making physical contact with what they will learn; tacdil is based on one’s hand sensation. It includes kinesthetic navigation, pantomime, etc.
There has been no connection between learning styles and intelligence. Not every person has to have one of these styles, we can carry both or even all three. Some people have two styles mainly. Some people have one of these three features, compared to the other two, in which case they are forced into the classic pen and pencil school system. Especially students who are heavy tactile/kinesthetic or who are predominantly auditory and do not show the characteristics of other styles fall into this group. Tactile/Kinesthetic students necessarily want to do the lesson using their hands, whereas the student has to sit in the classroom and be active in the teacher. These students disturb their friends and disrupt the order of the class. reading the eyes of auditory-weighted students can be difficult because the auditory of sound makes it easier for them to learn, and in some cases even essential to learning. So reading with the eye we’re trying to train students in elementary school can be a problem for auditors. Auditory students should be assisted in this issue.