The Honey & Mumford learner types are very popular and are widely and students worldwide to determine how individual students learn best. Honey & Mumford Learning Styles Questionnaire. This questionnaire is designed to find out your preferred learning style(s). Over the years you have probably. Learning styles were developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford, based upon style Honey and Mumford have developed a Learning Style Questionnaire.
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Learning styles were developed by Peter Honey and Questjonnaire Mumford, based upon the work of Kolb, and they identified four distinct learning styles or preferences: They are keen on basic assumptions, principles, theories models and systems thinking.
They are thoughtful people who like to consider all possible angles and implications before making a move. These are the learning approaches that individuals naturally prefer and they recommend that in order to maximise one’s own personal learning each learner ought to:. Their approach to problems is consistently logical.
They positively search out new ideas and take the first opportunity to experiment with applications. Become an all-round learner — this increases your versatility to learn from a mumfordd variety of different experiences; some formal, some informal, some planned and some spontaneous. This is their ‘mental set’ and they rigidly reject anything that doesn’t fit with it. Improve your learning skills and processes — increasing your awareness of how you learn opens up the whole process to self-scrutiny and improvement.
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Supervised and unsupervised — online and print. Sample Report – Online. Pragmatists are keen on trying out ideas, theories and techniques to see if they work in practice. Navigation Research Student Training. They respond to problems and opportunities ‘as a challenge’.
They assimilate disparate facts into coherent theories. These people need to be able to see how to put the learning into practice in the real world. Use the LSQ to:. The thorough collection and analysis of data about experiences and events is what counts so they tend to postpone reaching definitive conclusions for as long as possible.
Honey & Mumford Learner Types (1986) Quiz
When they act it is part of a wide picture which includes the past as well as the present and others’ observations questionjaire well as their own. They tend to act first and consider the consequences afterwards. Their philosophy prizes rationality and logic. Reflector Reflectors like to stand back to ponder experiences and observe them from many different perspectives. Learning style Attributes Activities Activist Activists are those people who learn by doing.
Thousands of organisations around the world have benefited from staff completing the LSQ by discovering which style learming learning they prefer, then attempting to improve less preferred styles.
They are essentially practical, down to earth people who like making practical decisions and solving problems. They need models, concepts and facts tsyles order to engage in the learning process. We also use analytics cookies to monitor how people use the website, with a view to making improvements and making the site more useful.
They tackle problems by brainstorming. Further reading Honey, P. Their philosophy is to be cautious. Personal tools Web Editor Log in.
These are the learning approaches that individuals naturally prefer and they recommend that in order to maximise one’s own personal learning each learner ought to: It saves you tackling your learning on a hit-and-miss basis. Prefer to analyse and synthesise, drawing new information into a systematic and logical ‘theory’.
However, to be an effective learner you should also develop the ability to learn in other styles too. They tend to thrive on the challenge of new experiences but are bored with implementation and longer term consolidation. They are gregarious people constantly involving themselves with others but, in doing so, they seek to centre all activities around themselves.
Abstract concepts and games are of limited use unless they can see a way to put the ideas into action in their lives. They collect data, both first hand and from others, and prefer to think about it thoroughly before coming to a conclusion.
Sthles are those people who learn by doing.