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Published on February 25, 2008

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LEARING STYLES – UTILIZE YOUR POTENTIAL:  LEARING STYLES – UTILIZE YOUR POTENTIAL NetDansk about learning styles and how to use yourself in the most efficient way WHAT IS LEARING STYLES?:  WHAT IS LEARING STYLES? 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?:  WHAT IS LEARING STYLES? There are quite a few learning styles concepts. 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. DON’T FORGET:  DON’T FORGET There are 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. Slide5:  If learning is fundamental to everything we do, then understanding one’s unique learning style is fundamental to learning. BUILDING EXCELLENCE…The Learning Individual® Self-Awareness — “Know Thyself” Slide6:  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. Slide8:  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. The Building Excellence (BE) Survey Slide9:  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. Learning and Productivity Style Profile Report Slide10:  A non-essential element that, for the most part, does not affect the individual. Interpreting the LPS One-Page Profile Slide11:  Interpreting the LPS One-Page Profile Slide13:  Remember best when they LISTEN to a lecture, a presentation, or an audiotape. Auditory Learners Remember best when they DISCUSS with others the new and complex information they are learning. Verbal Learners Remember best by DOING rather than sitting and listening, reading, or thinking about the information. Tactile and/or Kinesthetic Learners Remember best when they SEE (create) mental images of what they hear or read. Visual Picture Learners Perceptual Elements Slide14:  Perceptual Elements - Example Slide16:  Analytic / Global Slide17:  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. Analytic / Global Slide18:  Reflective / Impulsive Impulsive learners prefer less detail when making decisions and solving problems. When taken to the extreme, impulsive people want others to be brief, be bright, and be gone! Slide19:  Psychological Elements - Example Slide22:  Environmental Elements Sound 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? Light Do you concentrate and stay focused longer when the temperature is warmer or cooler? Temperature Do you concentrate best when sitting at a desk with a straight-backed chair or more informal seating? Seating Slide23:  Low Light Bright Light Warm Temperature Cool Temperature Informal Seating Formal Seating 0 Quiet Sound Environmental Elements - Example Slide25:  Physiological Elements Slide26:  Physiological Elements - Example Slide29:  Positive feedback from others (externally motivated) Positive feedback from yourself (internally motivated) Motivation 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? Emotional Elements Slide30:  Emotional Elements - Example Slide32:  Sociological Elements Slide33:  Sociological Elements - Example Slide34:  LEARNING STYLE: Your Brain Has A Mind of Its Own!

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