Learning Style Assessment & Sensory Integration Test
Question: What is your Kid's Learning Style?
Learners often talk to themselves. They also may move their lips and read out loud. They may have difficulty with reading and writing tasks. They often do better talking to a colleague or a tape recorder and hearing what was said.
Learners have two sub-channels -linguistic and spatial. Learners who are visual-linguistic like to learn through written language. They remember what has been written down, even if they do not read it more than once. Learners who are visual-spatial usually have difficulty with the written language and do better with charts, demonstrations, videos, and other visual materials.
Learners do best while touching and moving. It also has two sub-channels: kinesthetic (movement) and tactile (touch). They tend to lose concentration if there is little or no external stimulation or movement. When reading, they like to scan the material first, and then focus in on the details (get the big picture first).