Learning styles are determined by how students access, process and express information.


Learning styles are affected by these factors (Dunn & Dunn, 1987):

Sound (quiet, noise), Auditory Modalities (video, tape, listening), Design Structure (room arrangement/temperature), Kinesthetic Mobility Tactile (hands on, immersion, CD, role-play, mime), Intake (food, liquids), Visual (video, film, CD, modeling, charts, diagrams), Light (bright, dim), Individual Cooperation (alone, together), Time of Day (afternoon, morning, evening)

Personality Styles


Multiple Intelligences


Thinking Styles