Defination:The stimulus method, also called sensory method,
is one aspect of stimulation or what we perceive after stimulation. For
example, temperature method is recorded after heat or cold stimulation of
receptors. Some sensory methods include: light, sound, temperature, taste,
pressure, and smell. The type and location of the sensory receptors activated
by the stimulus plays a key role in encoding the sensation. All sensory methods
work together to increase the sensation of stimuli when necessary.
Types of modilties
Audio learners learn better through hearing, using their ears
and sounds as a basic learning method. They learn better
Through verbal lectures, discussions, talking about things and
listening to what others are saying. Audiovisual learners
Interpreting the underlying meanings of speech by listening to
tone, pitch, pitch, speed and other nuances. written
The information may have little meaning until it is heard. These
learners often benefit from reading the text aloud and using a bar
Visual learners need to see the materials to learn more
effectively. They need to see the teacher’s body language and face
Expression to fully understand the content of the lesson. They
may think about images and learn better than visual displays
Including: graphs, picture textbooks, overhead transparency,
videos, paper sheets and output. During a lecture or
Classroom discussion, visual learners often prefer to take
detailed observations to absorb information.
Kinetic learners are those who learn best by doing. Touch /
Kinetic people learn better through hands-on approaches,
Actively explore the physical world around them. They may find
it difficult to sit still for long periods and may become
Distracted from their need for activity and exploration.
Auditori usually educated:
• Preferably getting information through listening needs to hear
it to find out.
• You may have difficulty following written directions.
• You may have trouble reading.
• You may have problems writing.
• Remember what they hear and their verbal expressions.
• Remember by speaking out loud and through verbal recognition.
• Desire to speak through concept.
• We can remember verbal instructions without recording them.
• You may find it difficult to read body language and facial
• Enjoy class discussions and talk to others.
• Easily distracted by sound.
• You find it difficult to work quietly for long periods of
Visual learners are usually:
• The need to see him to find out.
• Have a strong sense of color.
• Technical capacity may be.
• You often have difficulty with spoken directions.
• Excessive response to sounds.
• You may have difficulty in the following lectures.
• Words are often misinterpreted.
• Enjoy a picture of something described.
• You prefer written instructions for tasks.
• Remember and understand through the use of charts, charts and
• Monitor all physical elements in the classroom.
Kinsethic learners usually:
• Prefer practical learning.
• Often parts can be assembled without reading directions.
• Difficult to sit down.
• Learn better when physical activity is included.
• They may be very well coordinated and have athletic ability.
• Material involvement in the subject under study.
• Enjoy product making or project completion.
• Actually express enthusiasm by getting excited and excited.
• Use tapes for reading, class lectures and lectures.
• Learning through interviews or by participating in
• You have test questions or directions read aloud or placed on
• Use graphics to enhance learning, movies, slides,
illustrations, diagrams and diagrams.
• Color code for organizing notes and properties.
• Request written guidance.
• Use graphs and diagrams to take notes.
• Imagine spelling words or facts that must be saved.
• Engage in experiential learning (modeling, doing lab work, and
• Recurring breaks during periods of study.
• Follow letters and words to learn spelling and remember facts.
• Use computer to enhance learning through tactile feeling.
• Save or drill while walking or exercising.
• Expressing abilities through dance, drama or gymnastics.