Accommodating different learning styles
I use a variety of materials and approaches in my classroom to help accommodate differences in learning style.
I use visual aids when presenting orally, to help both the visual and auditory learners.
For example, a student who is visual may also be a very social and verbal learner and prefers to learn especially difficult topics using their primary skills.
A student's style is determined by genetic factors, previous learning experiences, and her culture and society.
Education researchers have applied several learning style models in the last several decades.