Learning Styles Profile - Online Sample Report


Category: Online Assessments
Code: CR6313SAMPLE
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This 40 item, online assessment is an ideal activity to review the concepts of adult learning. The feedback report makes participants aware of the strengths and weaknesses in their own learning styles enabling learning in all formats to be facilitated.

Every individual learns in their own particular way

All learners are not equal. They come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and cultures. Their past experience and current ways of learning might also be very different.

The Learning Styles Profile will help every learner understand more about how they learn best and which teaching style is most effective for them personally.

The profile consists of 40 pairs of statements. By responding to these and graphing the results, a profile of how they tend to learn, assimilate and understand new information.

The results are scored in four separate categories


Motivation to Learn.


Learning Reliance.


Data Perception.


Information Synthesis.

The purpose of The Learning Styles Profile is to provide the respondent with some useful guidance on how they personally travel through these four stages in their learning cycle. These categories represent the four sequential steps in a natural cycle of learning and understanding whenever information is presented. Within these categories are a total of ten individual styles.

• Telescopic
• Wide-angled
• Dependent
• Collaborative
• Autonomous
• Visual
• Auditory
• Kinesthetic
• Global
• Analytical.

Attribute name Attribute value
FORMAT Downloadable PDF
OBJECTIVE To help learners to understand which teaching style is best for them
AUTHOR Dr. Jon Warner, B.A., M.B.A.