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Learning Styles Study Tips

Learning With Kinesthetics
Julio Jovel, College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Oregon

Learning with Kinesthetics is one of the best ways to learn. When learning about something that you'll one day need to do it's best to actually do it yourself as practice. The examples shown on (www.howtostudy.org) were all fantastic. Howtostudy talked about walking around while reading or reciting certain knowledge and that perhaps your physical learning space isn't quite right for you. There are some things that could be different: Instead of squeezing a nerf ball, you could also try spinning a pen or pencil in between your fingers or getting a ring that has metal you could spin on it. I find these techniques beyond useful because it keeps me moving without creating a distraction for others.

I think taking breaks and stretching is a great idea! Some could maybe even do a few push-ups. Kinesthetic learning not only helps you learn but in some cases it keeps you active too!

Learning style study tips review
Adam Czerwinski
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Oregon

The learning style study tips is an easy to comprehend, well organized document, with a lot of great information. It contains some great suggestions for the different types of learning. The document includes suggestions for auditory, kinesthetic and visual learners. It is a good way to figure out which category of learning you fall into to get the most benefit while studying.

Learning Style Suggestions
Elizabeth Phillips, College Junior
Chemeketa Community College , Salem, OR

I absolutely loved this handout! It is well written and easy to follow. The handout goes over study tips for your specific learning style. Whether it be you're an auditory, kinesthetic, or visual learner. Each learning style is given 10-12 tips on how to study effectively. I tried this out at the beginning of the week and it really did improve my test scores. I recommend looking at these tips. They work!


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