Supporting pupils with different learning styles

Faber, Kriata
March 2013
British Journal of School Nursing;Mar2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p102
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the different learning styles in pupils and how to support visual learners. According to the author, there are three types of learning styles - visual learners, auditory learners and kinaesthetic learners. Visual learners are those to learn by looking at or seeing things while you are explaining something, and some tips to support visual learners include using PowerPoint presentations; using diagrams, graphs and charts to show statistics; and using posters.


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