It’s a tale as old as time: You’re trying to motivate learners and find that what works with some doesn’t really work with others. Sound familiar? That’s because different personalities and individuals have different styles of learner interaction.
Learner interaction defines how an individual best learns, memorizes, and otherwise internalizes information. For instance, while you might work best with facts and numbers, some of your learners might be stumped by the same problems you find intriguing.
Respective Learner Interaction Styles
The trick to appealing with learners is to respect their individuality and learner interaction styles. A simple way to remember who’s who is to use the personalities of Disney princesses to help you decide what type of learner you are–and the type of learners you work with. After all, awareness is the first step to creating learning that is something out of a fairy tale.