Learning Styles Checklist (Honey and Mumford)


About the Checklist:

Brief-write up

Learning Styles in simple terms refer to how a student learns, however, if you look at it in detail it refers to the preference of a student to absorb, process, comprehend and retain information. Cognitive, emotional, and environmental factors play a role in determining the learning style or preferences of students.
Understanding that students with different learning styles are part of the classroom learning process will help the educators to recognize and appreciate the fact that every student’s learning style is different and unique. This will enable the educators to plan and implement best practices and strategies in their classroom in terms of daily activities, curriculum planning, and delivery and assessment with an attempt to meet the learning needs of every student in the classroom and cater to their different learning styles.

Why use this checklist?

Eblity’s Learning Style Checklist is adapted from Honey and Mumford’s Learning Styles Questionnaire to understand the learning styles of students in a classroom setting. This checklist aims to help the students to identify their preferred learning styles to help them understand learning experiences that best suit their learning styles. Gaining an understanding of your student’s preferred learning style will help in determining the conducive learning environment that is instrumental for your student’s academic success and growth.

Who can use this checklist?

Parents, Caregivers Professionals, and Educators who are wanting to determine your child’s preferred learning style.
It can be used with children from higher grades, especially age 16 years and above who have a well-formed preference for processing and retaining information.

Point to Note/Disclaimer

This checklist is an indication of your child’s current preferred learning style and not a complete or comprehensive evaluation of your child’s learning abilities.

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