Click the icons below to see preferred learning styles by job role, based on our project research
Policy makers often prefer to learn new information in either a “visual” or “aural” way.
Aural learners like to listen to content.
Visual learners prefer images, diagrams, and charts.
Program managers prefer learning information through aural, solitary, and physical means.
Verbal learners are people who like written words.
Technical advisors more often self-reported as “verbal” and “visual” learners.
Solitary learners like to think through problems on their own.
Physical learners like learning-by-doing.