Definitions for "Learning Styles"
Different preferred ways of learning. There are many different models, including different senses, metaprograms or concept-structure - use. A key skill is to cover all styles, rather than teach to your own preferred and unconscious style. Also, the group may have an overall preference.
Learning styles is a term used to describe the way in which a student focuses their attention and acquires, processes, and evaluates information. An individual student's particular temperament and unique strengths and weaknesses also play a role in determining their learning style. Normally, when teaching methods correspond to a child's learning style, learning is fun and easy.
Different ways of learning. See also multiple intelligences.
Keywords:  sight, touch, student, sound, likes
how a student learns and likes to learn (i.e.- sight, sound, touch) (I B)