It is no secret that people are different. This is also true when they are learning. Take this quiz to find out more about your thinking style and preference for learning before you immerse yourself in the Kjaer Academy.
Kjaer Academy Learning Style Test
Understand your learning preference
When we learn, we use different thinking styles in various situations. Some come more naturally to us than others. Our preferred learning style is always related to how our brain process information and then make sense of it.
Benefit of knowing your learning style
Individuals: Knowing your natural learning preferences helps you feel inspired and engaged, also guiding you to more productive ways of working that leave you energised.
Teams: Understanding the dynamic of your team will enable you to design the very best environment for learning, so that everyone plays to their strengths. Bear in mind that we feel inspired and learn new things in a diverse setting, so it’s a positive to have a mix of learning styles in your group.
Let’s get started!
Everyone uses different thinking styles depending on situation, and there are no right or wrong answers – so just pick the answer that first comes to mind when reading through the options. The quiz outcome reflects your most natural thinking style/s and preferences for learning.
When you go to a website, what attracts you first?
When you do a course, what part appeals to you the most?
If someone asks you for direction in the street, you…
When you are reviewing a proposal, what influences your opinion the most?
What most persuades you to buy a new book?
You are planning a party and want some feedback from friends, so you…
If you have to give a presentation, you…
You meet someone new, you recall them later by…
When you are choosing from a menu, you will…
You want to learn a new program, skill or game, so you…
KEY TAKE AWAY
Thinking consciously about how you style yourself as a learner is one step toward alighting the sense of curiosity that is so essential to a futurist
Now you are ready to start learning
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