Explore the different learning theories and learning styles
TUX101- The Trident University Experience
17 February 2013
For this case study assignment, I will be writing about what Visual, Aural, Read/write, and Kinesthetic (VARK) learning style or styles I have and how it relates to two different learning theories. I will also be discussing how my identified VARK learning style or styles will affect my online educational pursuit.
After taking the Visual, Aural, Read/write, and Kinesthetic VARK questionnaire study, I found based upon the answers to the questions I was asked, I was deemed to have a multimodal learning style (http://www.vark-learn.com/english/page.asp?p=multimodal). Scores of 5 for Aural (hearing), 5 for Read/Write, 5 for Kinesthetic (physical activity), and only 1 for Visual which I found to be strange because I am or so I thought was more of a visual type learner after spending 20 years in the Army. After researching the differences between the types of learning styles I would have to agree with the type I was selected for. Being a multimodal learner, which seems to be the majority of the learning population, I will be able to incorporate the different learning styles to genuinely understand what is being taught, remember what is being taught, and actually learn what is being taught. As a multimodal learner, I can combine Aural and Kinesthetic learning styles to associate a better understanding of what’s being taught. Really I have multiple choices and various combinations of learning styles at my disposal to help me understand, process, memorize information and materials to better solve problems or equations. Seems like a win, win situation to me. So now that I know what my learning style is, let’s see how it can relate to the learning theories out there. Let me start with the Behaviorism theory. This theory was essentially the first documented and well known of...
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