stimulation theory learning means that this theory can be
applied towards learning. That
is, by stimulating the senses, the individual’s learning can
be enhanced. For
example, if a person prefers to learn through visual aids,
“seeing” materials should be used. Another person may prefer listening and thus, audio
related education materials should then be used.
The sense of touch,
taste and smell should also be included in the learning process. However, it has been noted that the seeing and hearing
senses are mostly used in one’s learning.
The strongest argument
for the Sensory Stimulation Theory is that making use of the
five senses when teaching makes learning even better.
In many schools, this
theory is put into practice with the variety of classes that are
given, from the basics of reading, writing, arithmetic to the
specials or electives of music, drama, and athletics.
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