Learning Styles


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All learners are not equal. They come from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, have many different experiences and use different methods of learning. Some like to learn from text, while others want visual support and images. Some assimilate information individually while others prefer to work in groups. In the end, the only thing that can be said with certainty is that every individual learns in his or her own way.

Measuring Learning Styles

The Learning Styles questionnaire was developed after extensive research into how people prefer to engage in learning. It aims to help each person understand their own learning style as well as consider the style preferences of others as they share information and help others learn. We are all teachers sometimes, and this model is used for both our individual learning, and facilitating learning with others. The self-scoring instrument uses 40 pairs of questions to help you develop a personal learning styles profile and determine your own best strategies for learning effectiveness.

The Learning Styles assessment reveals where our general preferences, or natural learning biases, might lie. Although this is far from an exact science, the more we can understand about how we receive, retain, and recall new information, the more intentional we can be in setting ourselves up for success in learning transfer.

A Unique Blend of Learning

This assessment measures and provides insight into our Learning Style preferences, made up of 4 steps in the Learning Cycle with sub-categories to further explain our unique blend of learning:

  • Step 1: Attending: Motivation to Learn, our commitment and concentration given to new information

Telescopic and Wide-angled


  • Step 2: Translating: Making Information Meaningful, who we rely on most to manage our learning transfer

Dependent, Collaborative and Autonomous


  • Step 3: Relating: Linking Data to Existing Knowledge, evaluating our perception of information and data

Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic


  • Step 4: Understanding: Using and Applying the Knowledge, how we synthesize and use the information we receive

Global and Analytical


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