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Test Your Own Thinking Style:
时间:2009-2-20 下午 08:17:52,点击:0

Follow the instructions to find out your thinking style!

 

The Learning Revolution

 

To test your own thinking style

Read each set of words and mark

The two that best describe you

 

1.               a.               imaginative

                  b.               investigative

                  c.               realistic

d.                              analytical

 

2.               a.               organised

                  b.               adaptable

                  c.               critical

d.                              inquisitive

 

3.               a.               debating

                  b.               getting to the point

                  c.               creating

d.                              relating

 

4.               a.               personal

                  b.               practical

                  c.               academic

d.                              adventurous

 

5.               a.               precise

                  b.               flexible

                  c.               systematic

d.                              inventive

 

6.               a.               sharing

                  b.               orderly

                  c.               sensible

d.                              independent

 

7.               a.               competitive

                  b.               perfectionist

                  c.               cooperative

d.                              logical

 

8.               a.               intellectual

b.                              sensitive

                  c.               hardworking

d.                              risk-taking

 

 

9.               a.               reader

                  b.               people person

                  c.               problem solver

d.                              planner

 

10.             a.               memorise

                  b.               associate

                  c.               think‑through

                  d                originate

 

11.             a.               changer

                  b.               judger

                  c.               spontaneous

d.                              wants direction

 

12.             a.               communicating

                  b.               discovering

                  c.               cautious

d.                              reasoning

 

13.             a.               challenging

                 b.                practising

c.                              caring

d.                              examining

 

14.             a.               completing work

                  b.               seeing possibilities

                  c.               gaining ideas

d.                              interpreting

 

15.             a.               doing

                  b.               feeling

                  c.               thinking

                  d.               experimenting

 

 

Do it in style

 

After completing the test on the previous page:

 

In the columns below, circle the letters of the words you chose for each number. Add your totals for columns I, ll, Ill and IV. Multiply the total of each column by 4. The box with the highest number describes how you most often process information.

 

 

 

 

I

II

III

IV

 

 

      1.          

C

D

A

B

 

 

      2.          

A

C

B

D

 

 

      3.          

B

A

C

D

 

 

      4.          

B

C

A

D

 

 

      5.          

A

C

B

D

 

 

      6.          

B

C

A

D

 

 

      7.          

B

D

C

A

 

 

      8.          

C

A

B

D

 

 

      9.          

D

A

B

C

 

 

    10.       

A

C

B

D

 

 

    11.       

D

B

C

A

 

 

    12.       

C

D

A

B

 

 

    13.       

B

D

C

A

 

 

    14.       

A

C

D

B

 

 

    15.       

A

C

B

D

 

 

TOTAL:

 

 

 

 

 

 

I

 

x 4 =

 

Concrete Sequential (CS)

 

II

 

x 4 =

 

Abstract Sequential (AS)

 

III

 

x 4 =

 

Abstract Random (AR)

 

IV

 

x 4 =

 

Concrete Random (CR)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Learning Revolution

 

After you have completed your personal thinking-style test on the previous page chart your results below

 

                                                                            CS

 

 


                                                                 60

                                                                                       50

                                                                                       40

                                                                                       30

                                                                                       20

                                                                                       10

                                   60     50     40     30     20     10                                    10     20     30     40     50     60

 

         CR                                                                                                 AS

 

 

                                                                                       10

                                                                                       20

                                                                                       30

                                                                                       40

                                                                                       50

                                                                                       60

 

                                                                            AR

 

To graph your preferred “thinking style” just place a dot on the number that corresponds to your score in each of the classifications on the previous page, and link dots as shown in the miniature diagram.

 

 

 

 

Our thanks to John LeTellier and Dell Publishing, 666 Fifth Avenue, New York 10103 for permission to reprint this test from Quantum learning, by Bobbi DePorter.  The test is based on research by Professor Anthony Gregorc.

 

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