A child’s unique approach to learning based on preferences, strengths and weaknesses.
Learning style is as exclusive as a child’s fingerprint. There is no right or wrong learning style for a student
Many children use different styles in various circumstances.
A child’s learning style is not fixed, it is constantly shifting, but many people have a dominant style that stays with them throughout their lifetime.
There are currently seven types of learning styles.
Figural intelligence deals with concrete information that one can see, hear, and touch directly - where the informational content is immediately perceived.
Symbolic intelligence deals with information in notational form. In contrast to figural information, which is concrete, symbolic information is abstract.
Semantic content deals with concepts and ideas. It is the principal content in school. SeMantic learners are good at processing the conceptual content of language and thus are at an advantage for learning!