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Free access to the updated online Learning Styles Questionnaire

19/05/2016

As part of Learning at Work Week 2016, Pearson TalentLens UK are pleased to offer you the chance to try the freshly updated Learning Style Questionnaire.

The Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ) has been used extensively within industry and academia for over 30 years, to measure learning preferences in people aged 16+. Scroll down to access your free LSQ.


What is the LSQ?

Developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford and based upon David Kolb’s Learning Cycle, the purpose of the LSQ model is to help stimulate individuals to think about the way they learn from their experiences.

Knowing your preferred learning style helps you to:

  • Match learning opportunities with the way you learn best - making learning more effective and enjoyable.
  • Become an all-round learner - increasing your versatility to learn.
  • Improve your learning skills and processes - increasing awareness of how you learn opens up the whole process to self-scrutiny.

 

Click here to try the LSQ for yourself

 

How does the LSQ work?
 

The survey contains 40 statements, which relate to behaviours representing each of the four different styles of learning: Activists, Reflectors, Theorists and Pragmatists.

Each statement you agree with counts as one point to the related learning style. The more statements you agree with relating to each style, the higher your preference for that type of learning will be.

You will receive a raw score and a percentile score, compared to all other takers of the LSQ.

Your results are available immediately upon completion.

The report contains results (p.3) and suggestions for action for each style (p.4-5). It provides an overview of the statements you have most disagreed with and a personal development plan to help you improve less preferred areas (p.6-7).


If you are interested, another detailed report is available to assist you when completing the PDP. Please email matt.stevens@pearson.com for further guidance on this.

Find out more about Learning at Work Week from the Campaign for Learning.


Enjoy!

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