Gardner Multiple Intelligence theory Overview: The theory of multiple intelligence's suggests that there are a number of distinct forms of intelligence that each individual possesses in varying degrees. Gardner proposes seven primary forms: linguistic, musical, logical-mathematical, spatial, body-kinesthetic, intra personal (e.g., insight, meta cognition) and interpersonal (e.g., social skills). According to Howard Gardner, the implication of the theory is that … [Read more...] about Learning Styles – Gardner Multiple Intelligence theory
Kolb & Lewin learning styles Learning styles specifically deal with characteristic styles of learning. Kolb (1984) proposes a theory of experiential learning that involves four principal stages: concrete experiences, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization, and active experimentation. The CE/AC and AE/RO dimensions are polar opposites as far as learning styles are concerned and Kolb postulates four types of learners (divergers, assimilators, convergers, and accommodators) … [Read more...] about Learning Styles – Kolb & Lewin
17 things to looks for in a Train the Trainer course... Search the web for a train the trainer course and you are provided with a long list of websites which all appear to meet your needs - but do they? What is a train the trainer course? are they all the same and will they meet your needs? What is Train the Trainer? Lets first look at what a trainer is. Today in 2010 a trainer is a little different from those 10-20 years ago, indeed even the language has changed. There are in essence 4 types … [Read more...] about Train the trainer course – what to look for?
The last 12 months has been a major shift for the team at RapidBI. As a way of looking back here are the most read blog entries in the last 12 months. What was Hot....? Leadership models Learning Styles – Honey & Mumford Learning Styles Questionnaire (LSQ) PESTLE analysis for schools and education Ansoff matrix – product market grid – Management theory & model Training Needs Analysis TNA Models for use in leadership, change, projects and management Writing a training session or … [Read more...] about Top management blog posts of 2009
Learning Styles - questionnaires tests and instruments Many learning theories There are many theories surrounding adult learning styles. On this page we attempt to summarise some of the more popular ones used in organizations for adult learning and training and development activities. While there are many arguments on the web and in the corners of academia, the key for us is that there is no right or wrong approach, just more effective and less effective styles for individuals, content … [Read more...] about learning styles – overview and sample questionnaires