Learning to Learn

Introduction
In this activity, you will learn about yourself, particularly, how you like to learn things. Click on one of the sample test links, as directed by your teacher. The tests consist of a series of statements, followed by a button which you click, to indicate how closely you agree or disagree with the statement. Indicate how closely you agree with each statement from left to right, with the left-most button indicating you strongly agree with the statement, and the right-most indicating you strongly disagree.
 

In other words:

strongly agree -------> strongly disagree

Links:

Learning Styles Inventory
New Learning Styles

Answer the questions as honestly as you can. Fill in the top half completely, the system requires you to enter your full name, the date, and gender. Because this test is used by a great number of people, there will be duplicate names. To distinguish yourself, use a special naming sequence as assigned by your teacher.

Inter - disciplinary Subject(s)
English, Critical Thinking, Media Literacy

How you will be graded
The test is graded on-line. A score will be generated automatically when you "submit" your responses. There is no grade for this test, as there are no "right" or "wrong" answers. You will receive participation points for being involved in this activity.


Digging Deeper
If you are interested in finding out further information about learning styles, and personality tests, you may do so by clicking the other links provided below.

Center for New Discoveries in Learning
Semiotics for Beginners
Funderstanding: Learning Theories
Braindance