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What’s Your Learning Style. Assignment. Use the slides in this power point to get the needed information for this assignment Question 1: What are the characteristics of each of your learning styles (5 points). For full credit, list a minimum of 2 per learning style.

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What s your learning style

What’s Your Learning Style


Assignment

Assignment

  • Use the slides in this power point to get the needed information for this assignment

  • Question 1: What are the characteristics of each of your learning styles (5 points). For full credit, list a minimum of 2 per learning style.

  • Question 2: What could you do to help improve your classroom and study skills? Tips are given on each slide. (5 points). 

  • For full credit, answer these questions with at least 5 complete sentences each.  Type this assignment in a word document and include your name, class period, and date. Print when finished.


Active

Active

  • Retain knowledge best by doing something active

  • Also learn by applying it or explaining it to others

  • “Let’s try it out and see how it works”- active

  • Like group work

  • Should try to study in a group to enhance the class


Reflective

Reflective

  • Prefer to think about a topic quietly

  • “Let’s think it through first”

  • Prefer to work alone

  • To study write short summaries of readings or class note


Sensing

Sensing

  • Enjoys learning facts

  • Likes problem solving

  • Doesn’t like being tested on items that have not be thoroughly covered

  • Patient with details

  • Good at memorizing facts & doing hands on labs

  • Practical and careful

  • Courses must have real world applications

  • May rely too much on memorization

  • Ask for specific details in class or do additional research


Intuitive

Intuitive

  • Prefer discovering possibilities & relationships

  • Enjoy innovation and dislike repetition

  • Good at grasping new concepts & abstract/mathematical calculations

  • Tend to work faster

  • Do not like memorization and routines

  • Can miss important details

  • Ask for interpretations or theories to link facts

  • Easy to make careless mistakes on tests due to impatience


Visual

Visual

  • Remember what they see- pictures, diagrams, carts, demonstrations, etc

  • Search for matching diagrams in outside studies

  • Watch videos or cd’s relating to the topic

  • Color code your notes with a highlighter


Verbal

Verbal

  • Learn from words

  • Like written and spoken explanations

  • Enjoy listening to lectures

  • Write out summaries & outlines of your notes

  • Working in groups can be effective


Sequential

Sequential

  • Gain understanding in linear steps

  • Follow logical plans in finding solutions

  • May not fully understand but can still complete the steps involved

  • Struggles in a class with random teachers

  • Need to be sure to ask for “missing steps” and clarification

  • Should outlines lecture materials to help study


Global

Global

  • Learns best in large jumps

  • Absorbs information randomly

  • Usually don’t understand to start but has a ‘lightbulb’ moment of understanding

  • Have to grasp the whole picture before understanding the steps

  • When studying skim over the information for major points then look for the details

  • Need to relate to what the information to what you already know


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