Learning Style Assessment

Learning Style Assessment - Learning Style Preference...

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Learning Style Preference Assessment 1. When you meet a new person what do you first notice about him or her? a. What he or she looks like and how he or she dresses b. How the person talks, what he or she says, or his or her voice c. How you feel about the person d. How the person acts or what he or she does 2. Days after you meet a new person, what do you remember the most about that person? a. The person’s face b. The person’s name c. How you felt being with the person even though you may have forgotten the name or face d. What you and the person did together even though you may have forgotten the name or face 3. When you enter a new room, what do you notice the most? a. How the room looks b. The sounds or discussion in the room c. How comfortable you feel emotionally or physically in the room d. What activities are going on and what you can do in the room 4. When you learn something new, which way do you need to learn it? a. A teacher gives you something to read on paper or on the board and shows you books, pictures, charts, maps, graphs, or objects, but there is no talking, discussion, or writing b. The teacher explains everything by talking or lecturing and allows you to discuss the topic and ask questions, but does not give you anything to look at, read, write or do c. The teacher lets you write or draw the information, touch hands-on materials, type on a keyboard, or make something with your hands d. The teacher allows you to get up to do projects, simulations, experiments, play games, role- play, act our real-life situations, explore, make discoveries, or do activities that allow you to move around to learn 5. When you teach something to others, which of the following do you do? a. You give them something to look at like an object, pictures or chart, with little or no verbal explanation or discussion. b. You explain it by talking, but do not give them any visual materials. c. You draw or write it out for them or use your hands to explain. d. You demonstrate by doing it and have them do it with you. 6. What type of books do you prefer to read? a. Books that contain descriptions to help you see what is happening
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course ACPE 0200 taught by Professor Pamelalove during the Summer '06 term at Collins.

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