Wise is the teacher, and wiser the student, who understands that everyone learns differently.
The three broad learning styles are identified as Visual, Auditory, Tactile, while other studies identify four styles (Activists, Reflectors, Theorists, Pragmatists) with a nod to the four temperaments.
- Learning Styles: One Homeschooling Momma’s Inadvertent Journey
- A Visual Learner
- AppLe St. – Applied Learning Styles – website of Cynthia Tobias, Christian author on learning styles – includes free profile
- Learning Styles – three-part online test
- Three Learning Styles
- Learning Styles Inventory (PDF)
- Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire
- Barsch Learning Styles Inventory
- Understanding Your Learning Style
- Discover Your Learning Style
- Maximizing Your Child’s Potential
The Gregorc Mind Styles™ Model
The four learning styles identified by Dr. Anthony F. Gregorc are: Concrete Sequential (CS), Abstract Sequential (AS), Abstract Random (AR) and Concrete Random (CR).
Books on Learning Styles
- The Way They Learn: How to discover and teach your child’s strengths by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias (read the first chapter)
- Every Child Can Succeed: Making the Most of Your Child’s Learning Style by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias (read the first chapter)
- Bringing Out the Best in Your Child by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias and Carol Funk (read the first chapter)
- Discover Your Child’s Learning Style by Mariaemma Willis, M.S. and Victoria Kindle Hodson, M.A.
in the workplace
- The Way We Work:What You Know About Working Styles Can Increase Your Efficiency, Productivity, and Job Satisfaction by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
- 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing the Right Curriculum and Approach for Your Child’s Learning Style by Cathy Duffy
- The Big WHAT NOW Book of Learning Styles by Carol Barnier
(infographic used by permission of OnlineEducation.net)