Knowing How To Reach The 3 Types of Learners

Knowing your audience and their learning modalities will help you get your message across in a way they will understand and interact with you better.

Watch this video to learn about the 3 types of learners.



  1. Visual Learners

    Visual learners rely on pictures, graphs, diagrams, and illustrations.

    They like the idea of “Show me”. They will often:

    *close their eyes to visualize or remember something
    *find something to watch if they are bored
    *they like to see what they are learning
    *benefit from illustrations and presentations that use color
    *are attracted to written or spoken language rich in imagery
    *sit in the front during a presentation
    *want to see “see” what is being presented.
    *prefer handouts,writing on the white board, and reading.

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  2. Auditory Learners

    Auditory learners listen carefully to all sounds associated
    with the learning. “Tell me”. This type of learner will pay close
    attention to sound. Whether it’s the sound of your voice or
    an audio. They:*Prefer listening and taking notes
    *Listen for patterns
    *Consult peers to ascertain that they have the correct details
    *Can recall what they have heard
    *Can follow oral directions
    *Repeat words aloud for memorization
    *Use oral language effectivelyIf you are this type of learner, you will gain and retain more information by listening to audio.

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  3. Kinesthetic Learners

    Kinesthetic learners need to physically do something
    to understand it. “Let me do it.” These learners want to

    *actually touch what they’re learning.
    *have the “hands on”experience.
    *be active
    *speak with their hands and with gestures
    *remember what was done, but have difficulty recalling what was said or seen
    *want to do it themselves
    *rely on what they can directly experience or perform
    *enjoy tasks that involve manipulating materials
    *have the ability to move around
    *they learn by doing
    *communicate by touching
    *often learn more themselves when they are teaching others what they know
    *learn from experience and physical activity

    Kinesthetic learners are uncomfortable in situations (webinars) where they lack opportunities for hands-on experience.  For instance, someone may explain to you how to create a new cover photo or banner for one of your social media accounts, but you do not learn until you actually do it yourself.

    Kinesthetic learners are “Doers”.


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 Most people use all three styles while they’re learning; however,
one style almost always prevails.

Which type of learner are you?

Did this post help you decide that?

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