Index of Learning Styles
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Joanie Bergstrom (Content Developer/Author)
This is a well researched resource though it would be helpful to have pertinent information on the page with the results; however, using it requires extensive preparation to fully understand.
Good but lacks visulal stimulation.
Jessica Dreistadt (Student)
This is an excellent reference for both students and teachers. The results can help professors better meet the needs of their students and students better adapt to various teaching styles. I would like to see how the four dimensions interact with one another within individuals.
The site is simple to use and offers a lot of information. I was able to take the assessment in just a few minutes.
Dr. R. Lee Viar IV (Faculty)
I found the site to be easy to utilize and the questions and subsequent results prompted quite a bit of discussion. Some of the prescribed results I may have wanted to have more detail provided, but as a starting point in the learning style assessment process, it suited its purpose.
Sherrie Lewis (Faculty)
These materials will help students understand their learning styles so they can participate in ativities that maximize comprehension.
Glenna Pendleton (Faculty)
Raman K. Attri (Consultant)
Renee Wheaton (Staff)
Debra Wingfield (Faculty)
Andrew Wood (Other)
Troy Tenhet (Teacher (K-12))
graders and my 46 adult school ESL students take the quiz. I think it is a good
idea as we try to focus our students and try to show them the way that we all
reach the objectives of any lesson.
learned that both sets of my students are eager to complete a tech integrated
Roger Woodard (Faculty)
courses. We found the resulting information very useful. It is very
informative for instructors to see a summary of the types of learners in their
courses. For instance after finding that the majority of my students were visual
learners I added many more visual representations of topics to my class.
Dyan Pease (Faculty)
are unaware of their learning style and I am planning to implement the topic
into the beginning of my course as a way to help students understand how they
style was good.
Cathy Swift (Administrator)
However, I found the graphic measures of the concepts somewhat primitive. Also,
I would like to see a description of each type rather than having to click on
another page and go back and forth.