The Perceptual Learning Style Workbook – LEADER’S GUIDE – This guide will assist counselors, coaches, consultants, and teachers help individuals and groups identify their perceptual thinking style as visual, auditory or kinesthetic.
StudentKeys: Perceptual Learning Style Workbook (Leader’s Guide)
Guide Students in Discovering Their Learning Style with the StudentKeys Perceptual Style Workbook Leader’s Guide.
This guide is designed to be used by counselors, coaches, consultants, and teachers with the Perceptual Learning Style 12-page Workbook that identifies an individual’s perceptual learning style, explaining the differences between the three perceptual styles (auditory, visual, kinesthetic) and offers tips to enhance learning.
Research has shown that people respond differently in different learning situations. People respond differently because people perceive differently using the sensory channels through which they give, receive, and store information. Your primary learning style is your perceptual strength, the way you prefer to interact with information.
The three widely recognized perceptual learning styles are labeled auditory, visual and kinesthetic. To get the most out of your education, it is important that you know the differences between these perceptual learning styles, recognize the style that best suits you, and use your understanding to detect different teaching styles.
Languages Available: English (US)
This Leader’s Guide corresponds with the StudentKeys Perceptual Style Workbook.
This Leader’s Guide is included in the StudentKeys Leader’s Binder.