This learning styles inventory determines if you are a visual, acoustic or kinetic learner and uncovers your preferred methods to learn new information. You can read more on this subject and discover what you can do to improve each one of the styles below the form.

Please check what describes you best!

Section 1 of 3

1 How do you imagine things…
2 How you follow instructions...
3 Learning something new…
4 How you explain something…
5 Being observant…
6 Preferred games…
7 Interpreting emotions…

Section 2 of 3

8 Reading/ Working in public…
9 New skills to learn…
10 Understanding new concepts…
11 Technical or artistic…
12 Taking notes…
13 What you read…
14 Preferred presentations…

Section 3 of 3

15 Assimilating information…
16 When you interact and socialize…
17 How you revise something…
18 Where you get your news…
19 Recalling certain things…
20 How you concentrate…
21 What you do to relax…

How does the learning styles inventory work?

This is a quick educational questionnaire that aims to reveal through what method you learn best according to your general preferences in some life based situations.

You are being asked to imagine what you prefer or how you react in 21 situations and you can choose any one, two or even all the three choices in any scenario if you feel they appeal to how you are.

Once you finish the learning styles inventory you will be given a result that comprises of the most predominant style for you as a learner and also a brief description of what that means.

Learning styles descriptions

Learning style Prefer… Are…
Visual learners Organize themselves through schemes; Facts rather than concepts; To visualize plans; To work with colors and mind maps; Videos and pictures; Art inclined; Fine observers; Emotional beings; Great with spatial orientation;
Acoustic learners To listen to information; Concepts that can be explained thoroughly; To think out loud; To interact with like minded people; Mnemonics, jingles and other auditory strategies. Musically inclined; Sensible to focus; Rhythm observant and can remember key details;
Kinetic learners To move around and mark things; To gesticulate a lot; Use real life examples; Test any theory they have to learn; Get in touch with their senses; Active learners; Practical and impulsive; More sensible to the physical environment; Easily distracted;

How to improve each approach?

Visually stimulated persons need to work in organized and attractive environments but also need to have a challenging work to do so they don’t lose focus. They also prefer colorful and schematic presentations and would rather work with tables and graphs than long descriptions.

Acoustic stimulated persons require very quiet places when they need to focus but in the same time can get clues from the slightest sound changes. They need to work with people and discuss every detail as this is how they get their best ideas and the way they assimilate information.

Kinetic stimulated people need to put things in practice and deal with new concepts by trying them out and finding solutions for them. They need a challenging environment because they are quickly bored but they also get distracted easily by any kind of movement. They gesture a lot and need to participate in lively presentations rather than read information.

12 Jan, 2015 | 0 comments

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