Memletic Learning Styles The Memletics system is based on the idea that everybody learns differently, and that students do best when they are able to focus on their own preferred learning style rather than being restricted to a style predetermined by someone else. The learning styles included in the Memletics system include the visual for those who learn most easily from pictures and symbols , the verbal for those who learn best through verbal explanation , the logical for those who prefer to learn by reasoning their way through problems and the physical for those who learn best through a "hands-on" approach. The Memletics Accelerated Learning System is a system designed to help people learn more quickly and retain more of what they have learned through a customized approach to learning. This stage is a self-assessment -- the person taking the test fills out a graph that resembles a spider web, giving a rating between zero and 20 to each of the learning styles represented on the graph. The Questionnaire The questionnaire portion of the Memletics Learning Styles Inventory test is a series of 70 statements.

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This includes the cases where the author or publisher has omitted information or included wrong information. In jurisdictions that exclude such limitations of liability, liability is limited to the greatest extent permitted by law. See the agreement on the website, for the full terms and conditions. This publication helps you discover your stronger and secondary learning styles. Learning styles Visual Logical group common ways that people learn.

Some people may find that they have a dominant style Memletic Styles of learning, with far less use of the other styles. Aural Verbal Others may find that they use different styles in Solitary different circumstances.

There is no right mix. Nor are your styles fixed. You can develop Physical ability in less dominate styles, as well as further develop styles that you already use well. By recognizing and understanding your own learning styles, you can use techniques better suited to you. This improves the speed and quality of your learning. In this publication, we provide a questionnaire to help you discover your preferred Memletic Learning Styles. You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding.

You prefer using sound and music. You prefer using words, both in speech and writing. You prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch. You prefer using logic, reasoning and systems. You prefer to learn in groups or with other people. You prefer to work alone and use self-study. In the following questionnaire, you first estimate your learning styles.

You then answer seventy questions about how you interact with the world. Following that, you complete a scoring sheet that then gives you a score for each learning style. Lastly, you graph your results and compare against your estimate. The online version has the same questions and it will do the graph for you at the end of the test. It also allows you to compare your styles against other site users.

The outcome from the questionnaire Visual is a personalized Memletic Styles 20 graph similar to the one on the right. Doing this questionnaire 5 helps you better understand your 0 own learning styles. It also makes Solitary Physical the following descriptions more relevant to you. Review the 20 basic descriptions at the start 15 of the chapter if you like. Logical Social 10 For each axis, estimate on a rating of zero to twenty how 5 often you use that particular 0 learning style.

Score zero if hardly ever, twenty if you use Solitary Physical that style often. Draw in the score on each style axis the lines starting from the centre , then join the dots like in the Verbal Aural example Memletic Styles graph above. COM Answer each question by circling one of the numbers on the right. You could also write zero, one or two directly into the scoring sheet further below. The scale is as follows: 0.

The description sounds nothing like you. The description sounds partly like you. The description sounds exactly like you. Take as long as you like. Afterwards we rate your answers. Remember there are no right or wrong answers. Usually the first response that comes into your mind when you read the question is a good answer.

Questions 1 You have a personal or private interest or hobby that you like to 0 1 2 do alone. You like to do some activities alone 0 1 2 and away from others. You enjoy the contact and it helps your learning. Books, newspapers, magazines, menus, 0 1 2 signs, etc. You rarely 0 1 2 get lost. You have a good sense of direction.

You usually know which way North is. You like to classify or group things to help WWW. COM you understand the relationships between them. People like to talk to you because they feel you 0 1 2 understand them. You love live music. You like to set budgets and other numerical goals. COM 38 You like books with many diagrams, illustrations, or pictures. You can tell the 0 1 2 difference between instruments, or cars, or aircraft, based on their sound.

You like chess and other 0 1 2 strategy games. Even after only hearing a tune a few times, you can remember it. You would prefer to have some 0 1 2 background music or other noise to silence. You find yourself drawing or doodling on a 0 1 2 notepad when thinking. You love whiteboards and color pens. The actual words and phrases come back to you. You keep up 0 1 2 to date with science and technology.

You like pulling things apart, and they 0 1 2 usually go back together! You can easily follow instructions represented in diagrams. You know how you think and you 0 1 2 make up your own mind.

You understand your own strengths and weaknesses. You like visual arts, painting, and sculpture. COM Now that you have completed the questions, use the score sheet further below to assign your answers to the correct styles. In the shaded box for each question, write in your score from the questions above—zero, one or two. As you may have done 15 above before answering Logical Social 10 the questions, draw in the score on each axis, then 5 join the dots.

You might also like to compare your graph back to your estimate of Verbal Aural your learning styles. Look at the differences and try to understand them. Where to next?

Over 4, people in 85 countries are using parts or all of Memletics to help themselves learn faster.


Memletics Accelerated Learning Styles Inventory

Many free online learning styles inventory tools are geared towards adults. The questions may be too difficult for your child to answer. The online tool is based upon the Dunn, Dunn, and Price model, which assesses 21 different areas. This LSI has one of the highest reliability and validity ratings Farkus, The Learning Styles Inventory has an established record, and is being modified to be used with elementary and high school students, as well as adults. The online versions for grades other than middle school are supposed to be available 1st quarter, This site provides four different assessments, all of which provide useful information.


Memletics Learning Styles Questionnaire

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Free learning styles inventory, including graphical results

Testimonials Free learning styles inventory, including graphical results The learning styles inventory provides you with a guide to your own personal learning styles. By asking a series of questions and then scoring the results, it will illustrate your dominant and secondary learning styles. The learning styles inventory quiz, questionnaire, test is free and available on this site. You can do the test now. Note that you should only use styles inventories as a general guide to your styles - not as an absolute answer. More information is coming soon, so return often to check for updates. Use the online questionnaire This is a sample Learning Styles graph produced by the online test.


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