1) Visual Learner
Visual learners prefer to use images, pictures, colours and maps to organize information and communicate with others
Tactic: Give them charts and graphics, make sure your presentation is highly visual.
2) Auditory Learner
Auditory learners prefer to hear information.An Auditory learner depends on hearing and speaking as a main way of learning
Tactic: Give them information aloud. Ask questions and allow for them to answer.
3) Kinaesthetic Learner
Kinaestheic learners prefer to be hands on and experimental. They learn best by doing.
Tactic: Give them hands on experiments and exercises that they can do. You can also allow them to write things down in order to remember.
4) Reading/Writing Learner
A reading/writing learner prefers interacting with text. Reading/writing is more powerful to them than hearing or seeing images.
Tactic: Give these learners a chance to write down what they have learned. Handouts and quizzes are great for a reading/writing learner.