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Learning types

Some suggestions that may be more specific to your practice area are indicated in the table below:

Visual learners Aural learners Read / Write learners Kinaesthetic learners
Flow chart of structure of the service

Diagrams of specific equipment to be used

Use of mind maps to understand processes

Opportunities to look at (or develop) educational posters

Feedback on progress and development using charts, diagrams and other illustrations

Will want to observe rather than having a description of what to do

Prefer to say what has been done rather than writing it down

Will want to talk through observations / interventions / what has been achieved

Will want to discuss feedback to gain a deeper understanding

Are likely to enjoy case study presentations to the team

May find taping their thoughts and listening back to them helpful

Will benefit from being talked through a specific technique

Will want to read manuals and guidelines

Will want to read about necessary skills first

Will want to make written notes on what is required of them

Will benefit from written feedback

Will prefer to demonstrate learning in written format

Learn best through ‘trial and error’

Like use of role play

Prefer to demonstrate what has been done

Likes use of real examples

Benefits from descriptive feedback describing what did and didn’t happen