Jason Teteak continues his series on the four learning styles. In the previous issue, he discussed the Create learners and the kinds of learning tasks that are most effective when teaching people who favor that learning style. This month, he directs our attention to the Research learners. “Research learners learn best from lectures, reading, logical discussions and debates, and projects of personal interest.” Read about the best ways to reach those whose predominant learning style puts them in the category of Research learners.
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Jason Teteak—a WELS member from the Madison, WI, area—is an international public speaking coach and author. As the founder of Rule The Room, a company that specializes in training public speakers, he has trained more than a million people in how to command attention and connect with audiences. He believes that in order to connect with learners, it is important that we understand the four basic learning styles and that we learn to teach in a way that addresses all of those learning styles. In his six-part series for Teach the Word, he will help us understand the four learning styles and help us see how we can apply this understanding as we develop lessons and teach God's Word. Jason is accustomed to writing for the business world; we think you will like his vibrant style!