We are individual in the way we learn, remember and revise facts. Recognising your preferred learning styles may lead you to be a more effective learner. Once you are aware of the different learning methods you can plan your learning to include them:
One major theorist is Fleming (2001):
who said individuals learn by a combination of Seeing (Visual), Listening (Aural), Writing and Experiencing (Practising). So an individual does a combination of these 4 activities to learn.
Honey and Mumford (1995) have also categorized learning styles into Reflector, Activist, Pragmatist and Theorist:
Spend a little time finding out what your preferred learning style is.We have other resources under the tabs on the right which might help you discover how best you like learning.