Teaching Methods and Learning Styles
Recognize your own learning preferences and make efforts to extend your approach beyond those preferences. In other words, do not assume that you can teach something in the same way that you learned it and get the same results with all of your students. You can be most effective if you combine teaching methods to reach as many students as possible: for example, combine verbal and visual explanations, explain concepts using both a “big-picture” and a detail-oriented approach, and give students opportunities for active learning and reflection.
The Teaching Center, Washington University in St. Louis (2009). Retrieved from http://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/tips-faculty-teaching-first-time