My Learning Style Inventory Scores

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My Learning Style Inventory Scores by Mind Map: My Learning Style Inventory Scores

1. 19/20: Social Learner

1.1. Personal

1.1.1. parties, concerts, and social events

1.1.2. board games, playing games with others

1.1.3. traveling the world with friends and family

1.1.4. adult sports- volleyball, dodgeball, kickball, and axe throwing

1.1.5. communicating with others about problems to find a mutual solution

1.1.6. number of very close friends

1.1.7. listening to others in order to mediate situations

1.2. Professional

1.2.1. Class with other students in order to hear other points of view

1.2.2. study groups

1.2.3. partner projects

1.2.4. field trips

1.2.5. collaboration

2. 13/20: Aural, Solitary, and Logical Learner

2.1. Personal Aural

2.1.1. dancing

2.1.2. remembering lyrics after hearing a song one time

2.1.3. singing

2.1.4. playing music i.e. ukelele

2.1.5. music has the ability to control my emotions

2.2. Professional Aural

2.2.1. rhymes for learning

2.2.2. using sound to teacher

2.2.3. listening to music in order to connect with students

2.2.4. E books and listening to recordings to help study

2.2.5. Mnemonics and acrostics

2.3. Personal Solitary

2.3.1. reading

2.3.2. Self help books

2.3.3. logic puzzles: crosswords, sudukou, scrabble, solitary

2.3.4. time alone to reflect on my life

2.3.5. taking naps

2.3.6. happy in my own company

2.4. Professional Solitary

2.4.1. time alone to reflect on academics or social emotional lesson plans

2.4.2. exercise

2.4.3. removing myself from a situation in order to process the events that have occurred in my own head

2.4.4. goal oriented

2.5. Logical Personal

2.5.1. logical understanding: hearing ones point of view and respecting it regardless of agreement or disagreement

2.5.2. making to do lists

2.5.3. pros vs. cons lists

2.6. Logical Professional

2.6.1. Applying logical reasoning to solve problems

2.6.2. connecting concepts to real life scenarios in mathematics and science

2.6.3. visuals, computers, and hands on projects

2.6.4. making agendas or to do lists

2.6.5. graphic organizers and brain storming

3. 12/20: Visual Learner

3.1. Personal

3.1.1. drawing and doodling

3.1.2. photographer

3.1.3. art exhibits

3.1.4. architecture

3.1.5. color code daily planner

3.1.6. make to do lists

3.2. Professional

3.2.1. drawing and doodling to link pictures to note taking

3.2.2. writing schedule step by step on the whiteboard

3.2.3. drawing diagrams

3.2.4. graphic organizers

3.2.5. color code lesson planner

3.2.6. highlight words in readings

3.2.7. read diagrams and visuals

3.2.8. provide visuals with lectures

3.2.9. color throughout the classroom

3.2.10. provide completed product for show before a given assignment

3.2.11. vocabulary flash cards

3.2.12. create murals to study spelling lists

4. 11/20: Physical and Verbal Learner

4.1. Personal Physical

4.1.1. sports, exercise, physical activities

4.1.2. gardening

4.1.3. hiking

4.1.4. appreciate textures in clothing and furniture

4.1.5. using hand gestures while talking

4.2. Professional Physical

4.2.1. providing experiments or hands on activities without reading or instruction prior to learning outcome

4.2.2. drawing diagrams

4.2.3. role playing

4.2.4. yoga and meditation

4.2.5. brain breaks

4.2.6. playing a sport while learning mathematics facts or spelling words

4.2.7. flexible seating or standing throughout the classroom

4.2.8. fidgets

4.2.9. manipulatives

4.3. Personal Verbal

4.3.1. express self through journaling or writing letters

4.3.2. love reading: adult reading nook in my apartment

4.4. Professional Verbal

4.4.1. recordings or books on tape

4.4.2. pairing content with rhymes or mnemonics

4.4.3. use energy in tone of voice while teaching

4.4.4. think, pair, share

4.4.5. presentations or talking circles