Learning Style Assiginment Essay

978 Words Apr 27th, 2015 4 Pages
Module Title
Development for Success in Business
Assignment 1
500 words in which I analyse my own learning style

Student ID: 14030592
Name: Kabir Ali

Tutor: Katy Roberts


Table of Contents 1. Introduction

Page 3

2. Learning Style Analysis

Page 3

3. Conclusion

Page 5

4. References

Page 7

5. Appendices

Page 8


1. Introduction From an early age I found learning hard and in my early educational years I noticed I would stop paying attention in class when I lost interest. The only class I did enjoy and excel at was I.T (Information Technology), due to it being a practical class where by I followed a set of written
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As an Activist and Reflector as my two dominate learning style according to
Honey and Mumford’s theory, I learn best when I have hands on approach to


doing tasks and learn from taking time to go over the task at hand. This is evident from my past experiences from school and work. 3. Conclusion Going on my past and present experiences I found I was able to take in and hold onto information better if I could apply the theory to a practical task i.e. my IT classes where I was able to do my own research and apply the theory in a practical manner and be able to see it work. Going forward I need to improve my low learning preference scores which is drawn up in appendices (See appendix B), I have also indentified that when I learn I must be able to do my own research and finds ways where it will can be used practically in order to see the finished task and be able to take it all in. 8

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Kolb's Learning Styles and Experiential Learning Cycle:
Simply Psychology
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Honey and Mumford's Learning Styles