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Identification and instruction of visual and auditory learners

3 May 1982


Children have modality strengths through which they learn more efficiently. Certain characteristics and observations have been identified which allow instructors to distinguish between children whose modality strength is visual and those whose strength is auditory. Once a child is recognized as either a visual or auditory learner, appropriate instructional methods can be applied to improve learning.


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