A handy survey to help identify a student's primary style of learning.

Once the students have completed the survey, you'll be able to better tailor your lesson plans to accommodate their individual learning styles.

Human beings differ from one another in a multitude of ways. Just as two people may have different eye colors or different body types, each person has his or her own individual learning style. This short survey is designed to assess your individual learning style combination enabling you to learn and study more effectively. For accuracy's sake, we'll go into specifics of the theory behind learning styles after you've completed the survey. It is best to keep preconceived notions about your learning style out of your mind for the time being. For the best results, mark you answers honestly and intuitively.

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Printable Learning Style Checklist Worksheet

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Learning Styles Inventory

Page 1 of 10. Contains instructions for the survey, and general indicators.

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Visual Portion

Page 2 of 10. Concentrates on questions to ascertain a visual learning style.

Auditory Portion

Page 3 of 10. Concentrates on questions to ascertain an auditory learning style.

Tactile Portion

Page 4 of 10. Concentrates on questions to ascertain a tactile learning style.

Rote Section

Page 5 of 10. Concentrates on questions to ascertain a rote learning style.

Last Page of Survey

Page 6 of 10. The last questions continued from the "Rote Section" page.

Now that you've taken the survey

It's time to add up your scores. Each of the three columns that you see below contains a list of numbers that correspond to the statements that you have just responded to above. For each statement that you "strongly disagreed "with, write a "1." If you "disagreed" with a statement write a "2" by the number corresponding to that statement. If you "agreed" somewhat write a "3" and if you "strongly agreed" write a "4."

What does it all mean?

Occasionally, you may find that you do not have a single dominant learning style but rather two or even three nearly equal scores. If this is the case, you should read the information on each style that you score highly on.

Auditory and Tactile Learners

Auditory Learners learn primarily by paying close attention to sounds and voices. Tactile Learners learn through doing. These types of learners are less inclined to absorb the bulk of their information through language.

Final Thought

A continuation of the "Auditory and Tactile Learners" page, plus a last word overall.

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