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Learning Styles Re-evaulated

INDEX OF LEARNING STYLES (ILS)


The Index of Learning Styles is an on-line instrument used to assess preferences on four dimensions (active/reflective, sensing/intuitive, visual/verbal, and sequential/global) of a learning style model formulated by Richard M. Felder and Linda K. Silverman. The instrument was developed by Richard M. Felder and Barbara A. Soloman of North Carolina State University.
The ILS may be used at no cost for non-commercial purposes by individuals who wish to determine their own learning style profile and by educators who wish to use it for teaching, advising, or research. Consultants and companies who wish to use the ILS in their work may license it from North Carolina State University. (Click below on "Frequently Asked Questions" for details.)
ILS users should be aware of two important points:
  1. The ILS results provide an indication of an individual's learning preferences and an even better indication of the preference profile of a group of students (e.g. a class), but they should not be over-interpreted. If someone does not agree with the ILS assessment of his or her preferences, trust that individual's judgment over the instrument results.
  2. A student's learning style profile provides an indication of possible strengths and possible tendencies or habits that might lead to difficulty in academic settings. The profile does not reflect a student's suitability or unsuitability for a particular subject, discipline, or profession. Labeling students in this way is at best misleading, and can be destructive if the student uses the label as justification for a major shift in curriculum or career goals. (A learning style preference also does not serve as an excuse for a bad grade on the student's last physics test.)



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Here are some great tools that you can use to cater to your individual learning style, no matter what that is. Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic

Abiator's Online Learning Styles Inventory

The Learning Styles tests, Analytical/Global Thinker Test, and the Multiple Intelligences Assessment avaliable on this site are intended to help you come to a better understanding of yourself as a learner by highlighting the ways you prefer to learn or process information.

Free learning styles inventory, including graphical results

The Memletics learning styles inventory provides you with a guide to your own personal learning styles. By asking a series of questions, and then scoring the results, it indicates which are your dominant and secondary styles.
The Memletics learning styles inventory (quiz, questionnaire, test) is free and available on this site. You can do the test online, or download the test in Microsoft Excel or Adobe PDF format.

Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire

Learning Styles Test

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