I magine this: you’re attending a workshop, and everyone around you seems to be doing well. You, however, are struggling to get just one thing done, although you know it’s pretty straight forward! What gives? Well, did you know that each of us has a natural learning style or preference?
Indeed, there are three main learning styles—auditory (listening), visual (seeing) and tactile (doing). This might well explain why you enjoy some learning experiences more than others, whether at school, work, or in daily life.
It’s important for you to understand your own learning style, because it can help you adopt a method of studying or learning that works best for you in the long run. Let’s take a closer look at the 3 learning styles: