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LEARING STYLES – UTILIZE YOUR POTENTIAL. about learning styles and how to use yourself in the most efficient way. NetDansk. Learning styles are the way in which each individual learner begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information.

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LEARING STYLES – UTILIZE YOUR POTENTIAL

about learning styles and how to use yourself in the most efficient way

NetDansk


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Learning styles are the way in which each individual learner begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information.

Learning styles, thus, are the most important tool for us when we construct knowledge.

Most people haven’t got the faintest idea about their learning styles profile, and people are often somewhat embarrassed about the way they actually act when studying: They don’t find it in keeping with “good student behavior”.

The right way of studying, however, does not exist.

Everybody learns in his individual way, but without knowing this way, i.e. without knowing your preferences, you can’t learn efficiently – sometimes you can’t learn at all.

WHAT IS LEARING STYLES?


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There are quite a few learning styles concepts. begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information.

We have chosen a theory developed by Rita and Ken Dunn and a test developed by Rita Dunn and Susan Rundle.

This test, Building Excellence, offers you

your learning styles profile,

an array of strategies and pieces of good advice that can help you learn efficiently.

In the following presentation, the individual parts of the tests will be presented in order for you to understand the scope and the aims of the concept.

WHAT IS LEARING STYLES?


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There are begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information.no good and no bad learning styles.

All profiles are totally equal.

Your profile is relatively stabile – thus, it is not going to change radically, and should changes occur, it will be in cycles of 2-3 years.

NetDansk is organized according to learning styles.

The exercises exploit the various sensoric modalities – if possible.

And besides that, you must exploit the knowledge the test has imparted to you.

Use the feedback you get after you have taken the Building-Excellence test.

DON’T FORGET


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BUILDING EXCELLENCE… begins to concentrate on, process, absorb, and retain new and difficult information.The Learning Individual®Self-Awareness — “Know Thyself”

If learning is fundamental to everything we do, then understanding one’s unique learning style is fundamental to learning.


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Ancient Egyptians believed the heart was the center of intelligence and emotion. They also thought so little of the brain that during mummification, they removed the brain entirely from bodies.


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The Building intelligence Excellence (BE) Survey

  • The BE Survey is an online learning & productivity style assessment tool (copyright ‘96, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 R. Dunn & S. Rundle).

  • BE identifies twenty-one critical variables that can promote or obstruct learning, including the efficacy with which individuals concentrate on, process, internalize, and retain new and complex information.


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Learning and Productivity Style Profile Report intelligence

  • The BE Survey generates a personalized Learning and Productivity Style (LPS) Profile report, which includes:

    • A one-page summary;

    • Narrative descriptions of one’s preferences;

    • Recommended strategies; and

    • A personal development plan to help people create individualized learning solutions.


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An essential element that intelligence requires attention ALL of the time.

A non-essential element that does not usually require special attention.

An essential element that requires attention MUCH of the time.

0

SLIGHT

MODERATE

STRONG

Interpreting the LPS One-Page Profile

A non-essential element that, for the most part, does not affect the individual.


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LESS intelligence

LEAST

NOTthe most effective modality for retaining new and difficult material.

DEFINITELY NOTthe most effective modality for retaining new and difficult material.

Interpreting the LPS One-Page Profile


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Visual intelligence Text

Learners

Remember best when they READ the written word (textbooks, memos, and e-mail messages).

Perceptual Elements

Tactile and/or Kinesthetic

Learners

Visual Picture

Learners

Auditory

Learners

Verbal

Learners

Remember best when they LISTENto a lecture, a presentation, or an audiotape.

Remember best when they SEE (create) mental images of what they hear or read.

Remember best by DOINGrather than sitting and listening, reading, or thinking about the information.

Remember best when they DISCUSS with others the new and complex information they are learning.


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0 intelligence

Slight

Less

Moderate

Slight

Least

Moderate

Less

Moderate

Strong

Slight

Strong

LessAuditory

More

Auditory

LessVisualPicture

More

Visual Picture

Less

Visual

Text

More

Visual

Text

Less Tactile

and/orKinesthetic

More Tactile

and/orKinesthetic

Less Verbal

(Internal Kinesthetic)

More Verbal

(Internal Kinesthetic)

Perceptual Elements - Example


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ANALYTICS… intelligence

…assimilate and process information best when it is presented sequentially and the information builds toward a conceptual understanding.

GLOBALS…

…assimilate and process information best when humor and metaphors are used and they need to understand the concept before the details make sense.

Analytic / Global


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Analytic / Global intelligence

INTEGRATED PROCESSORS…

… use both the Analytic and Global dimensions interchangeably. Persons with this preference often take on the role of an interpreter because they can easily translate what the Analytics and Globals are saying.


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Reflective intelligence learners take time to weigh their options before making decisions and solving problems.

When taken to the extreme, thisapproach leads to analysis paralysis!

Reflective / Impulsive

Impulsive learners prefer less detail when making decisions and solving problems.

When taken to the extreme, impulsive people want others tobe brief, be bright, and be gone!


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Integrated intelligence

Strong

Moderate

Strong

Moderate

Strong

Moderate

Moderate

Slight

Strong

Moderate

Strong

0

Slight

Analytic

Global

Reflective

Impulsive

Psychological Elements - Example


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“I used to be intelligence indecisive but now I’m

not so sure.”

Boscoe Pertwee18th century writer


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Environmental Elements intelligence

Sound

Light

Temperature

Seating

Do you concentrate best with sound in the background or a in quiet environment?

Do you study or work best when when the lights are bright or softly illuminated and indirect?

Do you concentrate and stay focused longer when the temperature is warmer or cooler?

Do you concentrate best when sitting at a desk with a straight-backed chair or more informal seating?


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Strong intelligence

0

Moderate

Strong

Slight

Strong

Slight

Moderate

Strong

Moderate

Environmental Elements - Example

Quiet

Sound

Low

Light

Bright

Light

Warm

Temperature

Cool

Temperature

Informal

Seating

Formal

Seating

0


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Time of Day intelligence

Intake

Mobility

At what time of day are you most effective and efficient:

Early Morning?

Late Morning/Early Afternoon?Late Afternoon?

Evening?

Do you focus your attention best when you snack while you work or study or snack after you are finished?

When you stay in one place for too long, do you become restless and fidgety?

Physiological Elements


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Early Morning intelligence

Strong

Slight

Strong

Slight

0

Strong

Moderate

Moderate

Strong

Strong

Moderate

Slight

0

Slight

Slight

Late Morning/

Early Afternoon

Late Afternoon

Moderate

Evening

Moderate

LessIntake

More

Intake

LessMobility

More

Mobility

Moderate

Physiological Elements- Example


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“I think that only daring speculation can lead us further and not accumulation of facts.”

Albert Einstein

1879-1955


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Persistence and not accumulation of facts.”

Conformity

Structure

Emotional Elements

Motivation

Positive feedback from others (externally motivated)

Positive feedback from yourself (internally motivated)

Do you prefer completing one task before beginning another?

Do you prefer to work on several tasks at the same time?

Do you prefer to do things the way you think they should be done?

Do you prefer to do things the way others think they should be done?

Do you like others to provide procedures for you to follow?

Do you prefer to create your own procedures?


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Strong and not accumulation of facts.”

0

Moderate

Strong

Slight

Moderate

Slight

Moderate

Strong

Slight

Internally

Motivated

Externally

Motivated

0

Multiple

Task

Persistence

Single

Task

Persistence

Less

Conforming

More

Conforming

Less

Structure

More

Structure

Emotional Elements - Example


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Team Interaction and not accumulation of facts.”

Authority

Variety

Are you more productive when you work alone or with one other person, in a small group of 3 people, or in a large team?

Do you work well with a person who is an expert in his field?

Are you less effective when someone is looking over your shoulder when you work or study?

Do you prefer routine work using proven methods?

Do you become bored when you have to do the same thing over and over?

Sociological Elements


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Alone/Pairs and not accumulation of facts.”

Slight

0

Moderate

Strong

Slight

Slight

Strong

Strong

Moderate

Strong

Moderate

Moderate

0

Small Group

Team

Slight

Moderate

LessAuthority

More

Authority

0

LessVariety

More

Variety

0

Sociological Elements- Example


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LEARNING STYLE: and not accumulation of facts.”

Your Brain Has A Mind of Its Own!


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