We all understand information in different ways, these styles as they have come to be known can be divided into three main types:
• Visual (through the eyes – seeing and reading)
• Auditory (through the ears – listening)
• Kinesthetic (learning by doing – touching and doing)
• Most people have a favored style, although in practice we use a mixture of all three. Usually, with a group a combination works well.
Learners acquire skills in three different ways: they want knowledge, skills and to understand what they are doing.
Our style of learning blends our risk and communication skills to ensure enthusiasm, feedback, opportunities to succeed, meaning and value, atmosphere, involvement, drawing on learners previous knowledge and concentration are incorporated where possible.