VAK

(redirected from Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic)
AcronymDefinition
VAKVisual, Auditory and Kinesthetic (learning styles)
VAKVodovody a Kanalizace (Czech: Water Supply and Sanitation)
VAKVaarallisten Aineiden Kuljetus (Finnish: Transport of Dangerous Goods; Finland)
VAKVluchtelingen Aktie Komitee (Dutch: Refugee Action Committee)
VAKVersuchsatomkraftwerk Kahl (German: Kahl Experimental Nuclear Power Plant; Germany)
VAKTactical Aerial Refueling Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation; 1979-1989)
VAKVegetables, All Kinds (produce importing and exporting)
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Preferences of students studying at graduation level in public colleges on visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning are tabulated and interpreted in this section.
But 9.3% college students preferred to learn with the combination of visual and auditory sensations, 5.4% students preferred to learn with the combination of visual and kinesthetic sensations, 2.7% students preferred to learn with the combination of auditory and kinesthetic sensations and 3.6% college students preferred to learn with the combination of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning preferences.
The study results contribute toward expansion of knowledge about the visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning preferences by indicating relative dominance of visual learners among male adolescents in a specific area of Pakistan and the greater sign of associations between auditory learning preferences and academic achievements.
Three learning habits have been recognized according to the VAK model as visual, auditory and kinesthetic habits to which is added the read-write habit (the VARK model).
The three senses, which people primarily use to take in information, are Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic or Tactile.
Although it is difficult for university staff to develop tailor made study programmes for their dyslexic students, they can maximize the learning opportunities of their students by integrating visual, auditory and kinesthetic or tactile elements of teaching.
Theory VAK preferred learning styles defines the existence of three learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic, but only one of which occurs predominantly in a situation of learning.
Regarding the sensory system preferred by "polytechnic" students we found that they used in relatively equal proportions all three learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. In a detailed analysis we observed that the most of students train all three sensory systems when studying.
Experts in learning styles have defined three specific patterns: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Visual learners often learn better by using index cards, highlighting notes and watching videos.
Chapter Two is about opening and enhancing sensory awareness, focusing on visual, auditory and kinesthetic input.
Remember the visual, auditory and kinesthetic needs of your audiences, as well as their rational and emotional needs.
By providing visual, auditory and kinesthetic (VAK) cues, students will automatically become aware of what is happening when they play.
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