Knowing your learning style can accelerate your learning as you undertake activities that best fit your preferred style.
Knowing your learning style can also help avoid repeating mistakes by undertaking activities that strengthen other styles For example, if you tend to “jump in at the deep end”, consider spending time reflecting on experiences before taking action.
- Immerse themselves fully in new experiences
- Enjoy here and now
- Open minded, enthusiastic, flexible
- Act first, consider consequences later
- Seek to center activity around themselves
- Stand back and observe
- Cautious, take a back seat
- Collect and analyze data about experience and events, slow to reach conclusions
- Use information from past, present and immediate observations to maintain a big picture perspective.
- Think through problems in a logical manner, value rationality and objectivity
- Assimilate disparate facts into coherent theories
- Disciplined, aiming to fit things into rational order
- Keen on basic assumptions, principles, theories, models and systems thinking
- Keen to put ideas, theories and techniques into practice
- Search new ideas and experiment
- Act quickly and confidently on ideas, gets straight to the point
- Are impatient with endless discussion
* The LSQ is available from the Peter Honey Web site – The LSQ is © Peter Honey
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