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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

What Is Your Learning Style? | Edutopia

What Is Your Learning Style? | Edutopia:

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Mostly my web research is related to brain injury, but information about learning styles presents an intersection between my interest in brain function and my interest in instructional design. I found this quiz interesting from both perspectives.


What Is Your Learning Style?
This quiz asks 24 questions and will take less than five minutes to complete. Try not to think too hard -- just go with your first thought when describing your daily activities and interests. By the end, you may have some new insights into your learning preferences.
Editor's Note: While the idea that students have fixed, specific learning styles is not supported by scientific research, providing students with multiple ways to learn content has been shown to improve student learning (Hattie, 2011).
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NONEONLY A LITTLEA FAIR AMOUNTA LOTALL THE TIME
Getting lost in a good book.
Doing crafts or arts projects.
Trying to solve mysteries, riddles, or crossword puzzles.
Writing a journal or blogging.
Reflecting on your life and your future.
Playing sports.
Yearning to spend time with nature.

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