Students have different learning styles. Some are auditory learners who learn best by listening to lectures and discussing extemporaneously. Others are visual learners, taking information from pictures and videos and relying on note-taking. Finally, some students are kinesthetic learners, who learn by doing and are often quiet students. However, the three learning styles are modified by six learning preferences, based on student ability in one area or another. Although some reject the current categorizations, no one denies that adapting curriculum to various learners makes the classroom more multi-dimensional: enjoyable, social, and memorable.
Lessons for those who learn by listening
Lessons for those who learn visually
Lessons for those who learn by doing