Learning Styles Assessment with Report
The Learning Styles assessment simply helps young adults understand their relative preferences as they learn. It is intended to help determine where an individual's general preferences, or natural learning biases, might lie. Although this is far from an exact science, the simple view is that the more we can understand about how we perceive new information or new learning, the better and more successful our learning transfer will be. The report introduces four categories of learning:
- Attending - This category looks at an individual's motivation to learn in the first place, and the levels of commitment or concentration they tend to give when new information is presented to them.
- Translating - This category looks at who an individual relies on most in managing the transfer of learning, for making sense of what they see, hear, or sense.
- Relating - This category looks at an individual's perception of data or information, and how it is related to existing knowledge. This has three subscales: "Visual", "Auditory", and "Kinesthetic".
- Understanding - This category looks at an individual's preferences for synthesizing data or information they receive. This category has two sub-scales: "Global" and "Analytical". Global means a preference for understanding at a conceptual or "big picture" level. Analytical means a preference for understanding at a detailed or step-by-step level.
This report also comes with a Parent Debrief Guide for supporting your child to apply what's in their report and for giving you tips as a parent when homeschooling.
IMPORTANT Note: Once your payment has been processed a link will be sent to the email used to purchase this product, along with your Parent Debrief Guide.