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“Learning Styles”

“Learning Styles”. Sanremi LaRue Tutorial & Instructional Programs Presented for Jump Start Program Summer 2008. Measures of Learning Styles. Classroom Behavior Personality Preferences. Classroom Behavior. Competitive Collaborative Participant Avoidant Dependent Independent.

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“Learning Styles”

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  1. “Learning Styles” Sanremi LaRue Tutorial & Instructional Programs Presented for Jump Start Program Summer 2008

  2. Measures of Learning Styles • Classroom Behavior • Personality Preferences

  3. Classroom Behavior CompetitiveCollaborativeParticipantAvoidantDependentIndependent

  4. Comparison of Classroom Behavior • Collaborative • Participant • Dependent Works best with an instructor who has a correspondent teaching style • Competitive • Independent • Avoidant Works better with an instructor who lectures in class with minimal class participation, straight forward study of lecture notes and textbook

  5. Personality Preferences 4 scales by Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

  6. Extroversion Introversion • Outer World • Energy from active involvement • Outgoing • People person • Like in groups • Know lots of people • Jump too quickly into an activity • Inner World • Get energy from ideas, pictures, memories and reactions • Reflective • Reserved • Do things on my own • Know few people • Forget to check with outside world Favorite World

  7. Intuition Sensing • Most attention to impressions • Thinking a problem through than by hands-on experience • Read “between the lines” • Solve problems by leaping between different ideas and possibilities • Pay attention to physical reality – what I see, hear, touch, taste and smell • Solve problems by working through facts • Attention to facts, either present or past Information

  8. Thinking Feeling • Look at logic and consistency • Find the basic truth or principle • Analyze pros and cons • Make decisions and be fair • Telling truth than being tactful • The people and special circumstances • Make decision by weighing what people care about • Caring, warm, and tactful • Make decision with my heart Decisions

  9. Perceiving Judging • Get things decided • Stay open to respond to whatever happens • To be loose and casual • Keep plans to minimum • Approach work as play or mix work and play • Work in burst of energy • Stimulated by an approaching deadline • Stay open to new information and opinions • Have things decided • Task oriented • List of things to do • Get work done before playing • Work to avoid rushing the deadline Structure

  10. Strengths Weakness • Is independent • Works alone • Reflects • Works with ideas • Avoids generalizations • Is careful before acting • Avoids others • Is secretive • Looses opportunity to act • Is misunderstood by others • Dislikes being interrupted Introvert

  11. Strengths Weakness • Interacts with others • Is open • Acts, does • Is well understood • Does not work without people • Needs change, variety • Is impulsive • Is impatient with routine Extrovert

  12. Strengths Weakness • Sees possibilities • Works out new ideas • Works with the complicated • Solves novel problems • Is inattentive to detail, precision • Is inattentive to the actual and practical • Is impatient with the tedious • Loose sight of the here-and-now • Jumps to conclusions Intuitor

  13. Strengths Weakness • Attends to detail • Is practical • Has memory for detail, fact • Is patient • Is systematic • Does not see possibilities • Loses the overall in details • Mistrusts intuition • Is frustrated with the complicated • Prefers not to imagine future Senser

  14. Strengths Weakness • Considers others’ feelings • Understands needs, values • Is interested in conciliation • Demonstrates feelings • Persuades, arouses • Is not guided by logic • Is not objective • Is less organized • Is overly accepting • Bases judgments on feelings Feeler

  15. Strengths Weakness • Is logical, analytical • Is objective • Is organized • Has critical ability • Is just • Stands firm • Does not notice people’s feelings • Misunderstands others’ values • Is uninterested in conciliation • Does not show feelings • Shows less mercy • Is uninterested in persuading Thinker

  16. Strengths Weakness • Compromises • Sees all sides of issues • Is flexible • Decides based on all data • Is not judgmental • Is indecisive • Does not plan • Does not control circumstances • Is easily distracted from tasks • Does not finish projects Perceiver

  17. Strengths Weakness • Decides • Plans • Orders • Makes quick decisions • Remains with a task • Is stubborn • Is inflexible • Decides with insufficient data • Is controlled by task or plans • Wishes not to interrupt work Judger

  18. Sample Test Question • Making decisions after finding out what others think • Being called imaginative or intuitive • Making decisions about people in organizations based on available data and systematic analysis of situations • Making decisions without consulting others • Being called factual and accurate • Making decisions about people in organizations based on empathy, feelings, and understanding of their needs and values

  19. More Information: See your Academic Advisor for more information on Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to understand your personality type and your family, friends and many more.

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