Visual Learning



[wc_testimonial by=”” url=”” position=”left”]Visual Learners absorb information the best through reading or seeing pictures[/wc_testimonial]

They tend to recall a picture or like to create a picture in their head when learning a new concept. Visual learners tend to keep their spaces neat and clean, close their eyes to visualize or remember something, and find it difficult to stay focused in a noisy environment. Vibrant colors, image-rich stories, and pictures help visual learners study.


  • Needs quiet study time
  • Has to think awhile before understanding a lecture
  • Likes colors & fashion
  • Dreams in color
  • Understands/likes charts

[wc_testimonial by=”” url=”” position=”left”]Tips for visual learners to learn better[/wc_testimonial]

In the classroom

  • Sit near the front of the classroom
  • Outline readings and lectures
  • Take notes, make lists
  • Try to visualize things that you hear or things that are read to you
  • Draw a map of events in history or draw scientific processVisual
  • Copy what’s on the board
  • Ask the teacher to diagram lessons


  • Watch videos
  • Use colorful flashcards
  • Write down key words, ideas, or instructions
  • Draw pictures to help explain new concepts and then explain the pictures
  • Use highlighters, circle words, underline
  • Color code things
  • Sit in a place where you don’t see distractions
  • Make diagrams or concept maps of everything