Now that you have finished, follow the instructions on how to get your score according to how you took the quiz.
You chose to score each question on a scale of 1-5, then follow the instruction below.
- You chose to give each question a score of 1-5: In each section add up the numbers separately and record the number next to its specific learning style at the end of the quiz.
Or, you chose to answer with a (yes or no), then follow these instructions below.
- You chose to answer (yes or no): In each section add up the total “yes” choices separately. Then put each as a score out of 15. (Example: In the Logical/Mathematical section you had a total of 8 yes answers, your score would be 8/15.) Next, multiply that number by 100 to get your percentage. For example, divide 8 into 15 and multiply by 100 =____ (8/15 X 100 = 53.3333333%, OR 3/15 = 0.2 X 100 = 20% )
NOTE: Either procedure will help you to determine your unique style of building a thought. The quiz is designed to bring only a general awareness, it is not diagnostic. The goal is to put each learning style in order from the largest percentage to the smallest. (Example: If Logical/Mathematical had the largest percentage then it would be in the #1 spot and visual was the next largest percentage then it would be in the #2 spot, and so on until all seven have been put in their order largest % to smallest.
Sample of a completed learning evaluation that is in proper order:
As I stated in the beginning, the processing of information with your own unique style of learning is what creates a healthy thought. The process of creating thought and digesting your food is the same principle. You take in the information around you and run it through the looping system of each learning style where the incoming information is being assimilated to create a thought.
Only one learning style is your front door that allows in the information, with the second strongest working closely behind. When these two work together the others are being activated and begin to follow along. Why are these so important
Seven Learning Styles, also known as the Seven Intelligence.
I have added their suggested strengths and how to magnify and enhance their learning.
Intrapersonal – Thinking that reflects on self, sensitive and understanding of one’s thoughts and feelings. Deep thinking that can gauge levels of worry, frustration, happy, joyful, etc.
Strengthen by: Journals, meditation, pondering scriptures, prayer.
Visual/Spacial – Thinks in pictures creating mental images and metaphors.
Strengthen by: Maps, charts, diagrams, pictures, crafts, visualize it, “paint a picture”, cameras
Linguistic – Importance of words: Read, Write, Talk & Listen
Strengthen by: Reading books, games of logic, write and telling of a stor
Music/Feeling – Sensitive to sound and the nonverbal. Intuitive, “gut-feeling” Sensitive to tones, rhythm, and pitch
Strengthen by: Musical instrument, sing it, speak it to a beat, Because the information is a “feeling”, pay attention to impressions.
Interpersonal – Ability to understand and interact effectively with others. Communication. Cares about people and their feelings.
Strengthen by: Board games, social activities, organize and create props for events, teach, interact & collaborate with other people. This is the one that desires social activities and interaction. Get out and mingle, even if it is on the phone.
Kinesthetic – learns through movement, touch, using their senses, acting things out, engaging.
Strengthen by: Use tools, clay, sports, any tactile learning resource, act it out, dance, use the whole body.
Logical/Math -use of numbers, calculate, hypotheses, logical patterns
Strengthen by: Anything to do with numbers, list pro’s & con’s, dates for achievement, thinking ideas through. Making lists and putting things in order is wonderful for logical intelligence.
This information is helpful in our everyday life. I find that I have more patience and tolerance for individuals when I recognize that they are simply doing what is true to their nature.
How many times has a child that is very active been told to sit down and “be still”. Now I do believe in children being well mannered. I also recognize that with a little more insight about the child’s way of creating thought could possible keep all who are involve from being overly frustrated. A child who primarily gathers information Kinesthetically can develop techniques that keeps him, or her from being disruptive.
What if you have several areas with the same score? How can you tell which one your mind should use before the other?
Improving ourselves is really coming to know ourselves and others.
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