Help us understand visual learners vs. auditory learners and which method works best?

Visual learning is a style in which information is best learned when associated with images, i.e. your child does well with a chart to keep track of chores. By representing information spatially and with images, children are able to focus on meaning and make better use of their visual memory. Visual learners make up approximately 65% of the population. 4-group Math  is a powerful model for visual learners.

Auditory learning is a style in which a person learns most effectively by listening to information delivered orally, i.e. you tell your child to feed the dog and he does it! We all know this rarely happens. Auditory learners make up about 30% of the population. The auditory input in a 4-group Math™ classroom is comparable to a traditional math classroom.

© 2012 Kuske Math, Inc.