Running head: AUDITORY LEARNERS 1
Daniel A. Gotschall
American Military University
AUDITORY LEARNERS 2 Auditory Learners and their piece to the puzzle on one style of learning. It’s about going hands on. Remembering a picture in your head or possibly reading aloud because you feel like you are going to learn faster then reading silently. Will this type of learning style help an online college student? It would seem that an auditory learner would have to change or alter their learning style based upon this method of delivery. A young boy looks skyward and see’s two figures casting a shadow upon him. He realizes it’s his parents, the two most influential individuals that he needs to learn from to be able to move around this big wide world. His mother speaks to him, shows him, and guides him. As years pass and he moves alone out into the world he looses direction and the helping hand. He begins to truly soak everything in around him. I find myself as a person that has always physically moved, touched or seen the object that I needed to finish or do well on. It was always easier. I have only read a few books in my lifetime and I catch myself rereading or reading aloud because I forget almost immediately if I don’t. According to The Center for New Discoveries in Learning, if you find yourself taking a test or reading a book and your reading a loud, you may be partial to Auditory learning. (The Center for New Discoveries in Learning, 2012). To follow suit is mostly how we all learn from my perspective. I remember when I was a child; my mother in church would bring her tape recorder with her and review them when she was back at home. She would use them to make sure that...
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The Center for New Discoveries in Learning. (2012). Learning styles inventory. Retrieved
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