Phorms Workshop Mar. 25, 2017 Learning Styles

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Learning Styles:

Learning Styles Steve Barkley March 2017

What do you know about how you learn best?:

What do you know about how you learn best?

What do you know about your unconscious communication style? :

What do you know about your unconscious communication style?

What do you know about your style of organization?:

What do you know about your style of organization?

How would you describe your personality style?:

How would you describe your personality style?

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T h e K a l e i d o s c o p e P r o f i l e ®

Learning and Working Styles:

Learning and Working Styles Sensory Preferences – what senses kick in as you experience and take in the world around you? Perceptual & Organizational Preferences – how do you perceive and organize information; how do you communicate it? Temperament Types (Myers-Briggs/True Colors) – what do you value?

The Kaleidoscope Profile Score Card:

The Kaleidoscope Profile Score Card K Kinesthetic _____ T Tactual _____ A Auditory _____ V Visual _____ AB Abstract _____ C Concrete _____ G Global _____ S Sequential _____ NF Intuitive Feeler _____ NT Intuitive Thinker _____ SJ Sensing Judger _____ SP Sensing Perceiver _____

Sensory Preferences:

Sensory Preferences Do you want to… hear it? see it? feel it? do it?

Visual 35-40% of population :

Visual 35-40% of population Learns by seeing Reading, observation, viewing pictures Quiet Writes, doodles

Auditory 10-15% of population:

Auditory 10-15% of population Talkative Speaking and listening Small discussion groups Thinks aloud Sounds

Kinesthetic 25-30% of population :

Kinesthetic 25-30% of population Learns by doing Physical involvement Movement of large muscles Action, learns in body

Tactual 15-25% of population:

Tactual 15-25% of population Learns thru subtle sensations Feelings, mood, relationship Small motor muscle movement

Clues to Sensory Styles:

Clues to Sensory Styles Eye movements Verbs

Perceptual & Organizational Preferences:

Perceptual & Organizational Preferences

Abstract:

Abstract Perceives symbols, concepts. Recalls words, representations Likes numbers, acronyms. Deals in thoughts, concepts.

Concrete:

Concrete Perceives & notices real world. Real objects, physical movement. Relates to emotions, colors, sounds. Deals in reality

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S A G C Organizational Perceptual Real Apple Color Photo Abstract Painting Written Word Spoken Word Spoken Description

Where are you on a continuum? :

Where are you on a continuum? Abstract Symbols Concepts, Ideas Words Numbers Thoughts Concrete Real objects Physical Senses Emotions Movement Visuals

Global:

Global Free association Big picture Intuitive leaps Arrives at conclusions without knowing steps Random

Sequential:

Sequential Step-by-step Logical Linear Methodical Organized

Where are you on a continuum?:

Where are you on a continuum? Global Big picture Flexible Nonlinear Unconventional Diverse Holistic Intuitive leaps Large chunks Sequential Step-by-step Order Closure Linear Logical Predetermined Systematic Small pieces

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AS AG CG CS Organizational Continuum Perceptual Continuum Concrete Sequential part by part procedures step by step directions real world things Abstract Sequential discuss, read compute numbers sequentially and analyze verbally do things in their head Concrete Global trial/error real world in random discovery method of learning Abstract Global discuss ideas, concepts, pattern, associations play with words create metaphors

Tic-Tac-Toe:

Tic-Tac-Toe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Temperament Styles (Myers-Briggs/True Colors):

Temperament Styles (M yers-Briggs/True Colors)

Sensing Judging 12% of population :

Sensing Judging 12% of population Authority centered Like organization, predictability Ask “when” and “how” questions Want to “do it right” Loyal and committed May resist change

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Gold may see self as: Stable Providing security Firm Always have a view Efficient Realistic Decisive Executive type Good planner Orderly, neat Good at sorting, weeding out Organized person Punctual Goal-oriented Seeks closure True Colors International©

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Reframing Gold may see self as: Stable Providing security Firm Always have a view Efficient Realistic Decisive Executive type Good planner Orderly, neat Good at sorting, weeding out Organized person Punctual Goal-oriented Seeks closure Others may see Gold as: Rigid Controlling Dull, boring Stubborn Opinionated System-bound Unimaginative Judgmental Bossy, Uptight Predictable Autocratic True Colors International©

Intuitive Feeler 12% of population:

Intuitive Feeler 12% of population Value personal integrity Relationship oriented Ask “who” not “why” questions Value personal significance, emotional content in learning Feel unique; do not like labels

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Blue may see self as: Warm, compassionate Romantic Spiritual, Idealistic Willing to work tirelessly for a cause Unselfish, a caretaker Empathetic, affirming Promoting growth, well-being Relates current experiences to past experiences Likes to please people Sympathetic, trusting Great communicator Wanting harmony True Colors International©

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Blue may see self as: Warm, compassionate Romantic Spiritual, Idealistic Willing to work tirelessly for a cause Unselfish, a caretaker Empathetic, affirming Promoting growth, well-being Relates current experiences to past experiences Likes to please people Sympathetic, trusting Great communicator Wanting harmony Others may see Blue as: Overly emotional, mushy Bleeding heart Hopelessly naïve Too tender-hearted Easily duped Too touchy-feely Too nice, soft Too trusting Smothering Stuck in/lives in the past Groveling Fawning Talks too much Pushover Reframing True Colors International©

Intuitive Thinker 12% of population :

Intuitive Thinker 12% of population Rational approach Value competence Ask “why” Need and give logical reasons Like “doing it well” May appear cold or unemotional

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Green may see self as: Superior intellect 98% right Powerful Creative Visionary Original Eminently reasonable Rational Calm, not emotional Under control Precise, not repetitive Able to find flaws Objective Seeking justice Firm-minded Able to reprimand True Colors International©

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Green may see self as: compassionate Romantic Spiritual, Idealistic Willing to work tirelessly for a cause Unselfish, a caretaker Empathetic, affirming Promoting growth, well-being Relates current experiences to past experiences Likes to please people Sympathetic, trusting Great communicator Wanting harmony Others may see Green as: Intellectual snob Arrogant Heartless Doesn’t care about people Ruthless Unrealistic Eccentric, weird Emotionally controlled Cool, aloof, unfeeling Afraid to open up Critical, fault-finding Devaluing relational aspects Lacking mercy, unfair Unappreciative of others Stingy with praise Reframing True Colors International©

Sensing Perceiving 38% of Population:

Sensing Perceiving 38% of Population Value action, excitement Enjoy the immediate Ask “what” and “how” questions Practical Competitive Not planners but responders

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Orange may see self as: Fun-loving, enjoys life Spontaneous, carefree Flexible, adaptable Proficient, capable Hands-on person Practical Problem-solver, Good negotiator Do many things at once Eclectic Can deal with chaos Curious, welcomes new ideas Superior ability to discriminate among options Doesn’t see things in black/white True Colors International©

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Orange may see self as: Fun-loving, enjoys life Spontaneous, carefree Flexible, adaptable Proficient, capable Hands-on person Practical Problem-solver, Good negotiator Do many things at once Eclectic Can deal with chaos Curious, welcomes new ideas Superior ability to discriminate among options Doesn’t see things in black/white Others may see Orange as: Irresponsible Flaky Goofs off too much Disobeys rules Manipulative Not to be trusted Not able to stay on task Scattered Cluttered Uncontrollable Resists closure or decisions Indecisive Obnoxious Not a team player Reframing True Colors International©

Kaleidoscope:

Kaleidoscope

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