I can't do a poll since I don't have a paid account, but hopefully this works out anyways.
just bought me a paid account! wowza! thanks so much, you rock!!)
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1. Listening learners
2. Seeing learners
3. Touch / experience learners
It's simple really. Think about one of life's earliest lessons - often taught by our mothers: The Stove Can Burn You.
1. Listening learners heard their mother, believed the information, and never touched a stove.
2. Seeing learners watched their brother touch the stove, and never touched it.
3. Experience learners touched the stove; but only once!
I am very visual. In school, when studying for a spelling test, I stared at the words until I memorized them visually and could see them in my head later, and could read them back off, correctly. In math, I had to write tiny illustrated story problems for all my equations before I understood them. If i'm driving someplace new, I refuse to take directions from someone orally.. they MUST draw me a map. I have to see it!
I always assumed I was so visual because of my artistic tendencies, and/or vice versa, but then.... not EVERYONE who's an artist is a visual learner, right?
So i want to hear from you guys! Tell me how you learn and how you think that changes the way you do art, if at all. I'm really curious about this topic and I'd love to know what you guys think.
thanks a bunch!