and Thinking Styles
How Do I Learn Best? The VARK
A Learning Style Survey for College,
Diablo Valley College
Kiersey Temperament Sorter II
(no charge for summary; small fee for full report)
The Success Types Learning Styles
Indicator, Texas Tech University
Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire,
North Carolina State University
Multiple Intelligences Teacher
The VARK Helpsheets: Study Practices
Geared to VARK Preferences
Learning Style Study Preferences
Student Learning Styles and Their
Implications for Teaching, Center for Research on Learning and
Teaching (CRLT), University of Michigan
Concept to Classroom: Thirteen
Ed Online in collaboration with Disney Learning Partnership (Short
interactive Multiple Intelligences Survey with results)
Teacher's Pets - How Are You
Intelligent? Survey of multiple intelligences.
Eight Ways of Being Smart
Pronunciation with an Eye on
Multiple Intelligences, WATESOL Convention, Fall 2001
Using Multiple Intelligences
in Testing and Assessment
Learning to Learn
The Thinking and Learning Skills course is designed to raise teachers',
parents', and adult learners' awareness to their own thinking
processes as a prerequisite to including learning skills as part
of their teaching, or to improve their own learning skills. The
Thinking and Learning skills course is unique in the realm of
learning strategies courses. Learning to Learn is not a "study
skills" or "strategies" course, but rather a course
that teaches self-awareness and adaptive thinking skills.
Learning to Learn with Style
The Western/Pacific LINCS project sponsored this video-based learning
module for teachers and students. There are lots of useful resources
on the website that can be helpful to you and your students, even
without the video. There is contact information on the bottom
of the first page to request the video.
Finding your Style
A quick and easy checklist to determine your learning preference.
Will you be an ESFJ or INTJ? This website will help you find out.
The Vancouver Island Invisible
Disability Association Website
A short online Learning Style Inventory
Thinking Styles and Learning
Identify what thinking styles you prefer and develop a plan to
assist your students to identify their preferred and less preferred
styles and to use this information to be better your learners.
Learning Styles Vs. Teaching Styles
Though controversial in some quarters, research continues to build
a strong case for the impact of learning style upon acquiring
and mastering knowledge. The underlying thesis is that one learns
more effectively when information is presented in a manner congruent
with ones favored method of acquiring and processing information.
This website offers information that places learning styles into
four domains: Processing, Perception, Input, and Understanding.
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Developed by National Human
Resources Development, Inc. (NHRD), this website is authorized
by the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth
(DLEG), and funded through a grant under Section 222(a)(2)
State Leadership Activities of the Adult Education and Family
Literacy Act, Title II of the Workforce Investment Act of