Twenty-first-century learning style

The term ‘21st-century learning skills’ is commonly used to refer to core skills such as critical thinking, digital literacy, collaboration, problem-solving, etc., that are believed will help students thrive in this modern world. Every child has a specific learning method that helps them succeed. Learning comprises different approaches, and every teacher finds a unique way to teach that caters to the student’s diverse needs in the 21st-century classroom. Here is the list of different types of learners who require a set of learning styles.

·   Visual Learners- a visual learner can better comprehend the information presented visually rather than reading or listening. They observe the visual and understand the concept properly through pictures, written directions, or diagrams.

·   Auditory Learners- These learners have the best experience when taught through audio or sound. They prefer to listen where you can talk to them through a presentation or read some information or passage. Such people also like to read themselves to better understand the concept.

·   Kinesthetic Learners- They are also known as tactile learners who learn through opportunities. The opportunity here can be any chance to touch something or to act out in a history lesson. They are restless if they have to sit for a long period.