Brain Based Learning

Brain Based Learning is a method in which the assets of the individual’s brain are used. One area of brain based learning works with students’ learning styles.

Students use a combination of learning styles. The basic ones are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. There are more categories, but I use these most often with my students.

The auditory learner is the one who can listen and learn the information immediately. The visual learner needs to see a picture, diagram, sketch, or cartoon of information to remember it. The kinesthetic learner needs to be able to see a picture, trace it, hold it, or reproduce it to learn the information.

Instruction should include all of these types of learners. What kind is your student?

Have a struggling student? Brain Based Learning and identifying learning styles are available. Get immediate help. Contact Beth Silver at 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com.

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