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1. Based on the descriptions in the text, where do you see yourself on the Kolb Inventory of Learning Styles? From what I have read, understand and did research on earlier this week I have assessed myself as possessing the abilities of an individual with Abstract conceptualization, Active experimentation and Concrete experience. I believe this to be the most accurate test out of all the tests we have experimented with this week. I have done a lot of looking into both this one and the VARK test and found both of them to be very insightful. 2. After reading about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, determine which personality is most like you, such as ENTJ? INJT, which is moderately expressed introverted, slightly expressed intuitive personality, slightly expressed feeling personality and moderately judging personality. I honestly believe this is an accurate test, although not as accurate as the Kolb Inventory of Learning
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Unformatted text preview: Style, it does contain useful information pertaining to my learning style. 3. List the results of the VARK and Multiple Intelligence Inventory learning assessments. According to the VARK test my results are as follows: Visual – 7, Aural – 14, Read/Write – 8, Kinesthetic – 8. According to the Multiple Intelligence Inventory Learning Assessment: Verbal/Linguistic – 8 Musical/Rhythmic – 6 Logical/Mathematical – 9 Interpersonal – 5 Visual/Spatial – 7 Intrapersonal – 6 Bodily/Kinesthetic – 5 Naturalist – 6 Out of these two tests I can see the similarities but I am more familiar with the VARK more than the Multiple Intelligence test and can understand it further. The Multiple Intelligence test doesn’t really inform me as to what my true learning style is really about but perhaps what my personality entails....
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course COM/155 AACL0PLHA8 taught by Professor Drbethcarson during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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