7 types of learning styles of theory
Visual, kinesthetic, aural, social, solitary, verbal, logical.
Visual or spatial learners supposedly retain information best by viewing pictures or images and respond well to colors and mind maps.
Kinesthetic learners are all about doing things physically. Role playing, using things like flashcards or carrying out the action physically can help them learn things better.
Aural or auditory-musical learners should retain the most information after hearing it.
Social, or interpersonal learners are meant to work best when they participate in study activities with other people such as quizzing each other or having a study group.
Solitary, or intrapersonal learners supposedly work best alone. Making notes and reciting them back are useful activities when studying by yourself.
Logical, or mathematical learners use logic and structures in order to learn effectively. If you’re good with numbers and statistics, you might find the logical style in this essay helpful.
Verbal, or linguistic learners are supposed to respond well to written or spoken words, using tools like rhymes and acronyms.