Learning Style Questionnaire (HRD Press)
Starter Kit for up to 5 Participants
The Learning Style Questionnaire from HRDQ measures a participant's preferred method of learning in four different learning styles: participating, reflecting, structuring, and experimenting.
Based on the research of some of the leading experts in the field, this questionnaire provides the concepts and insight into adult learning that every trainer needs. Identify your employees' strengths and weaknesses in the ways in which they learn. Capitalize on their learning strengths and help them improve in their areas of weakness.
How It WorksThe Learning Style Questionnaire measures a participant's preferred method of learning in four different learning styles: participating, reflecting, structuring, and experimenting. Each of the 20 questions asked in the questionnaire has four possible answers. Each of the answers represents one of four possible learning styles. By ranking the four possible answers according to his or her degree of preference, participants identify their preferred learning style. This also represents the particular stage (or stages) of the experiential learning cycle in which they prefer to operate.
An understanding of the different learning styles helps participants select the approach for specific learning situations that will yield the best results. With quick and easy administration (under 45 minutes), The Learning Style Questionnaire is an essential resource for trainers and managers involved in adult learning. This product also includes a PowerPoint slideshow.
10 to 15 minute introduction
20 to 30 minutes to complete assessment
What to OrderOrder one leader's guide per leader and one self assessment per participant. Facilitator support materials will be available to you as a digital download link in your order confirmation.
Chris Hutcheson is the President of IDEA Ltd., a firm he founded in 1988. He brings considerable background to the firm, with experience in the hospitality sector, retail fashion trade, banking industry, and nearly 20 years in the training and development field. This has helped him link development of organizations' human resources to their bottom line.