Answers to: Learning Styles (2)
Asker: Stephen Brydges ()
Publish Date: 20 September 2004 11:32
Expiry Date: 20 October 2004 11:32
In a browser, go to the Learning Styles activity on the Warwick Skills site
Do the activity (allow 20-30 minutes). On the final page you will be asked to enter the results in your own blog, with an opportunity to add your own reflections. Consider your own learning style, adding any insights gained from past experience of strengths and weaknesses in academic work as an individual and part of a collaborative group. How might your individual approach to learning affect you as a doctor in training?
Do not forget to use the category ‘PDP’ for your response. If your earlier response on learning styles was in the ‘General’ category, please change it to ‘PDP’. (Use the ‘Admin’ link and then ‘Edit your entries’)
Response to prompt "Learning Styles (2)"
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My learning style
You have a moderate preference for being an Activist
You have a strong preference for being a Reflector
You have a moderate preference for being a Theorist
You have a moderate preference for being a Pragmatist
Your strongest preference was found to be: Reflector (71%).