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Personality & Learning Styles

Personality one's actions, feelings, thoughts, and habits
Learning Styles how one learns best
Verbal/Linguistic related to words and language
Verbal/Linguistic like to read books, listen to and give oral presentations, communicates through written and oral messages, likes discussions and debates, likes to explain things
Verbal/Linguistic learns best by saying, hearing, and seeing words
Logical/Mathematical reasoned, precise, and accurate
Logical/Mathematical likes to conduct experiments, work with numbers, and explore patterns and relationships; good at math, problem solving, and reasoning
Logical/Mathematical learns best by categorizing, classifying, and working with patterns and relationships
Bodily/Kinesthetic physical activity, movement, and awareness through sensory perception – hearing, seeing, feeling, smelling
Bodily/Kinesthetic likes to move around, touch, talk, and use body language; good at sports, dancing, gymnastics, and crafts
Bodily/Kinesthetic learns best by by touching, moving, interacting with space, and processing knowledge through bodily sensations
Visual/Spatial mental images, seeing, and sight
Visual/Spatial likes to draw, build, design, and create; daydreamer and imaginative; watches movies and plays computer games; good at sensing changes; good at puzzles and mazes and reading charts and graphs
Visual/Spatial learns best by visualizing, dreaming, and using colors and pictures
Musical/Rhythmic sound arranged in patterns, tone, and pitch through music, poetry, color, painting, and photography
Musical/Rhythmic likes to sing, hum tunes, listen to music, play an instrument; good at picking up sounds, remembering melodies, noticing pitch, rhythm, and patterns; good at keeping time/beats
Musical/Rhythmic learns best through rhythm, melody, and music
Interpersonal related to relationships with other people
Interpersonal has lots of friends, likes to talk and join groups; good at understanding people; good at communicating; good at mediation
Interpersonal learns best by sharing with others, collaborative groups, and teaching others
Intrapersonal within self
Intrapersonal likes to work alone, reflective and self aware, instinctual, original
Intrapersonal learns best by working alone, individualized projects, and self-paced instruction
Naturalistic nature and the environment
Naturalistic Likes to work outside; enjoys geography, weather, learning about the environment; good at categorizing, organizing, and planning; interested in preservation and conservation; likes to work with animals
Naturalistic learns best by studying nature’s patterns, such as erosion and climate, learning how things work, and cause and effect relationships
Created by: mmabe



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