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What is your learning style profile?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by shujahatmunir, Feb 14, 2020.


What is your learning style profile?

  1. Activist

  2. Reflector

  3. Theorist

  4. Pragmatist

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  1. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    What is your learning style profile? Were you stuck between two or more?

  2. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Star commenter

    What if I am all four depending upon what I am doing?
  3. Jamvic

    Jamvic Star commenter

    I’d use all those methods interchangeably.
    phlogiston and shujahatmunir like this.
  4. Jamvic

    Jamvic Star commenter

    Snap :)
    shujahatmunir likes this.
  5. Mangleworzle

    Mangleworzle Star commenter

    I have a running around waving my hands in the air and shouting learning style, I learned it from some kids I used to teach.
    primarycat likes this.
  6. bookeater

    bookeater Occasional commenter

    freckle06, phlogiston, Jamvic and 3 others like this.
  7. nomad

    nomad Star commenter

    SMART Board??? o_O

    I still use chalk and a blackboard, me!
  8. colacao17

    colacao17 Senior commenter

    nomad likes this.
  9. Lalad

    Lalad Star commenter

    He's joking - he uses an abacus really;)
    shujahatmunir and nomad like this.
  10. sbkrobson

    sbkrobson Star commenter

    Not one to put myself into a limiting box, I actually prefer to think of myself as a motivated, energetic and highly skilled education manager with proven expertise in curriculum and assessment development. A dynamic, visionary leader and team player possessing a strong commitment to developing students and staff while providing a safe, stimulating learning environment. Trustworthy and empathetic professional with superior communication and data analysis skills, helping to build strong relationships with all stakeholders, recognised by my peers as a problem solver and creative thinker, who provides innovative solutions within education. Continuously developing and deepening my knowledge of educational policy and practices, to make the best decisions for students.
    Still not quite sure how to use a SMART board, mind.
  11. chelsea2

    chelsea2 Star commenter

    What - at home!!
    (You are retired, aren't you??
    nomad likes this.
  12. Ivartheboneless

    Ivartheboneless Star commenter

    Is this him what put all them question thingies on the boards a few months back, never replied to any, then eventually disappeared cos we had sussed him with the charlatan detector?
    mothorchid and monicabilongame like this.
  13. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    Loving the replies - I will share a follow up regarding the styles later. If you choose all 4 - is there a preference?

    It will all make sense, trust me
  14. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    do you have a preference?
  15. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    it was a theoretical question my friend. I’m half decent with computers, well so I have been told
  16. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    Do you have a preference?
    Jamvic likes this.
  17. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

  18. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    Whatever works for you and whatever resources you have. What about if you were learning about a new activity then?
  19. shujahatmunir

    shujahatmunir New commenter

    I don’t think so, sorry
  20. Dunteachin

    Dunteachin Star commenter

    None of those.

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