Friday, January 14, 2011

Coping with the Way You Learn-- Part 2 of 3

The previous focus in this series was the visual learner. This post give tips for the auditory learner, again in the three components of the Christian lifestyle (academics, spirituality, leadership):

School Life: To do well in school, you can ask your teachers if you can bring in a portable recorder or use an mp3/iPod to record you classes. If you have a hard time taking notes “live” (in class during the lecture), you can make time to listen to the recording at home and take notes then.
Spiritual Life: For personal devotions, you can listen to the Bible being read (Zondervan sells an audio Bible, and Bible.is is online) while reading along; you could put the audio Bible on your laptop, iPod/mp3/mp4 player to carry it around with you throughout the day too.
Leadership Life: If you are the leader of a group, you can lead your team out in a discussion on what should be done and record the discussion for further insight. Then you could compile the plans into a fact sheet with a colorful description (for visual learners) and have physical example (for kinesthetic learners).

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