Learning Styles by Danielle Lloyd | Jun 24, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your Learning Styles 1. What do we mean when we talk about learning styles? a. The preferred way in which a teacher likes to teach b. Whether we prefer to learn using pen and paper or a computer c. The preferred way in which we like to learn d. Whether we like to learn on our own or with others 2. What is the difference between a learning style and a learning need? a. You can change a learning style but not a learning need b. Everybody has learning needs but not everyone has a learning style c. You can help with learning needs but not with learning styles d. A learning style is a preference whereas a learning need is an equalities requirement 3. Which one of these is not a learning style? a. Visual b. Auditory c. Note-taking d. Kinaesthetic 4. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of a visual learner? a. Highlighting work using coloured pens b. Watching a demonstration c. Taking notes d. Reading aloud 5. Which of these would be a good teaching and learning activity for a kinaesthetic learner? a. Completing a handout b. Have a lively discussion c. Completing a quiz d. Watching a film clip 6. What is the main reason you should know your own learning style as a teacher? a. So that you can offer appropriate support to students who have the same learning style b. So you can persuade all your students to learn in the same way as you c. So that you can vary the way you teach as we all tend to teach in our dominant learning style d. So that you can reflect on and understand your own learning experiences 7. How can you best check the balance of different learning styles in your lesson plans? a. Read through your lesson plan carefully b. By reading it through and adding a V, A or K next to each teaching and learning activity c. By getting a colleague to check it for you d. By giving it a go in practice and identifying who looked bored Time is Up!