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Learning Style Inventory To better understand how you prefer to learn and process information, print out this page and place a check in the appropriate space after each statement below, then use the scoring link at the bottom of the page to evaluate your responses. Use what you learn from your scores to better develop learning strategies that are best suited to your particular learning style. This 24-item survey is not timed. Respond to each statement as honestly as you can. Often Sometimes Seldom 1. I can remember best about a subject by listening to a lecture that includes information, discussion, and explanations. 2. I prefer to see information written on a chalkboard and supplemented by visual aids and assigned readings. 3. I like to write things down or to take notes for visual review. 4. I prefer to use posters, models, or actual practice and other activities in class. 5. I require explanations of diagrams, graphs, or visual directions. 6. I enjoy working with my hands or making things. 7. I am skillful with and enjoy developing and making graphs and charts 8. I can tell if sounds match when presented with pairs of sounds. 9. I can remember best by writing things down several times. 10. I can easily understand and follow directions on a map. 11. I do best in academic subjects by listening to lectures and tapes. 12. I play with coins or keys in my pocket. . 13. I learn to spell better by repeating words out loud than by writing the words on paper. 14. I can understand a news article better by reading about it in the newspaper than by listening to a report about it on the radio. 15. I chew gum, smoke, or snack while studying. 16. I think the best way to remember something is to picture it in your head. 17. I learn the spelling of words by "finger spelling" them. 18. I would rather listen to a good lecture or speech than read about the same material in a textbook. Learning Lab-Master Student Workshop Page 1
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Often Sometimes Seldom 19. I am good at working and solving jigsaw puzzles and mazes. 20. I grip objects in my hands during learning periods. 21. I prefer listening to the news on the radio rather than reading about it in the newspaper.
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