Learning styles quiz
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honey_n_mumford.png We all approach our learning differently; as trainers, we need to take different learning styles into account if we want to get the most out of our trainees.
Take the short learning styles quiz - based on Honey & Mumford 1982 [1] - to identify your personal preference and some learning methods especially suited to this style. Importantly, we will also direct you to learning methods that cater for different styles to help you incorporating a balanced combination of learning methods into your training.

Look at the Quiz statements and tick the boxes for those that are usually true for you. Leave the boxes empty if the statements are usually untrue for you.

Quiz statements

The quiz statements are reproduced with kind permission of RapidBI.com [2] from their 'learning styles lite' quiz.

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The Figure in the Introduction is based on David Kolb's model and retrieved and redrawn from the website of Donald Clark - Learning Styles Experiential Learning Model [5]. This web app is provided by EMTRAIN WP8.
EMTRAIN WP8 Learning and teaching concepts and methodology