What Type of Learner Is Your Child? - FamilyEducation

What Type of Learner Is Your Child?

Find out if your child is an alternative, traditional, or all-of-the-above learner, and then choose the best review methods for her learning style.

Quiz

Find out if your child is an alternative, traditional, or all-of-the-above learner, and then choose the best review methods for her learning style.

1. Does using color help your child retain information?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

2. Does your child tend to respond to visual representations of information?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

3. Does your child "visualize" concepts to aid in memory retention?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

4. Does your child enjoy and excel at using books on tape?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

5. Is your child a talker who seems to have a verbal ability that surpasses her age or peers?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

6. Does your child "talk out" ideas much more effectively than "writing out" ideas?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

7. When your child studies, does she read out loud to herself or mouth the words?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

8. Does your child retain information if she manipulates it physically or has it put into practice?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

9. Does your child fidget or display the need to move around when studying?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

10. Does your child excel in hands on learning, like science projects or building racecars at home?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

1. Does using color help your child retain information?
Sometimes.

2. Does your child tend to respond to visual representations of information?
Sometimes.

3. Does your child "visualize" concepts to aid in memory retention?
Sometimes.

4. Does your child enjoy and excel at using books on tape?
Sometimes.

5. Is your child a talker who seems to have a verbal ability that surpasses her age or peers?
Sometimes.

6. Does your child "talk out" ideas much more effectively than "writing out" ideas?
Sometimes.

7. When your child studies, does she read out loud to herself or mouth the words?
Sometimes.

8. Does your child retain information if she manipulates it physically or has it put into practice?
Sometimes.

9. Does your child fidget or display the need to move around when studying?
Sometimes.

10. Does your child excel in hands on learning, like science projects or building racecars at home?
Sometimes.

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