Learning Style Inventory Essays

Submitted By Jillian-Dennis
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Hay Group Logo Kolb Learning Style Inventory - Version 3.1 Kolb Learning Style Inventory Summary Report UserName jdennisnycpm@gmail.com Date 5/21/2012 94711 AM Preferred Learning Style Diverging Learning Profile The graph above indicates how much you rely on each of the four different learning modes Concrete Experience, Reflective Observation, Abstract Conceptualization, and Active Experimentation. These learning modes make up a four-phase cycle of learning. Different learners start at different places in this cycle. Effective learning eventually involves all four phases. You can see by the placement of your kite which of the four learning phases you tend to prefer in a learning situation. The closer the points of your kite are to the 100 ring on the circle, the more you tend to use that way of learning. grid-results-left Your Cycle of Learning grid-results-corner grid-results-bottom The closer your data point is to the center of the grid, the more balanced your learning style. If the data point falls near any of the far corners of the grid, you tend to rely heavily on a particular learning style. If your data point falls near a corner of the grid in the un-shaded area, you tend to rely heavily on that particular learning style. If your data point falls in a shaded area then your style is characterized by a combination of the two adjoining learning style types. For example, if your data point falls in the shaded area between the Accommodating and Diverging quadrents your learning style is characterized by a strong orientation to Concrete Experience (CE) balanced by an equal emphasis on Active Experimentation (AE) and Reflective Observation (RO), with little emphasis on Abstract Conceptualization (AC). If your data point falls in the middle shaded box, you balance CE AC and AE RO. Diverging Combines learning steps of Concrete Experience and Reflective Observation Diverging You are best at viewing concrete situations from many different points of view. Your approach to situations is to observe rather than take action. You may enjoy situations that call for generating a wide range of ideas, such as brainstorming sessions. You probably have broad cultural interests and like to…