Your learning style preference is essentially how you prefer to take in or receive information. In it's most primary form, there are three receivers of information that make the most impact in how much you actually learn: your ears, your eyes, and your sense of touch. Quite naturally then, many student prefer audio (listening), visual (watching) or kinesthetic (touching) modes of learning new things. Of course all learners possess all three and use all three; however, we may have different preferences. Click on the coach to download a free Learning Style Inventory created by the outstanding AVID educators of America. If you need help, just click: I need help with this survey!