Tips on How to Tailor to Specific Learning Styles

Instructional design is not for the faint of heart. You are designing modules for people to look at and learn from, and most of the time it’s not easy. There are three general types of learning styles in the world – auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Although people tend to learn from all styles, they generally lean towards a specific style. As an instructional designer, you have to try your best to tailor that learning to fit the needs of who your audience is and how they learn best. As an instructional designer, creativity is key when you are trying to teach a broad audience with different learning styles.

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