Quizzes - Assessments - Learning Styles - Personality
What's Your Learning Style?
What's your learning style? Find out with our collection of learning styles inventories.
Learning Styles Inventory - Your Personal Intelligences
What are your personal intelligences? We're not talking IQ here. We're talking about seven different intelligences that enhance your capacity to learn. What are yours?
Learning Styles Inventory - Four Quadrants of Learning
When you learn, do you focus on facts, order, mood, or the challenge of ambiguity? Find out in this learning styles inventory from Ron Gross's book, Peak Learning. It's based on Ned Herrmann's four quadrants for learning.
Learning Styles Inventory - Analyze the Four Quadrants of Learning Exercise
Analyze your results of the Four Quadrants of Learning Exercise.
Learning Styles Inventory - Are You a Grouper or a Stringer?
When learning something new, do you start with big ideas and general concepts, or do you start at the beginning with a very specific plan? Are you a grouper or a stringer? Find out how you learn best.
The Grouper Learning Style
If you scored as a grouper on Ron Gross's learning style quiz, this is your strategy for learning.
The Stringer Learning Style
If you scored as a stringer on Ron Gross's learning style quiz, this is your strategy for learning.
3 Reasons to Try New Learning Styles
Choosing learning methods that match your learning style can make learning easier, but there are good reasons for trying new learning styles.
Choose Resources that Match Your Learning Style
When you know your personal learning style, you can learn faster by choosing resources that match it.
Assessment – Needs Assessment in the Workplace
Needs assessment in the workplace can be a matter of asking the right questions, especially when process improvement is desired. Here is a simple way to find the breakdown in communication.
Are you good at listening? Find out with this free, printable listening quiz. Test your perception of your own listening skills.
Collection of Continuing Education Polls
I love a poll. In fact, I've been criticized by those close to me for polling on almost all of the major decisions I make. That's a bit of an overstatement, but there is some truth to the criticism. I love a poll because it allows you to see a situation or idea or topic from myriad points of view, especially when people take the time to comment.
Assessment - Felder's Index of Learning Styles
From North Carolina State University, Richard Felder's and Barbara Soloman's Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire. There are 44 questions to help you identify your learning style.
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Interest Inventory is available online now. This test matches your answers with people who answered like you, and tells you which career they chose.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the most famous personality tests. It's pricey, $150, but the information is helpful in many different settings, especially the workplace.
Assessment - The Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (KTS®-II)
The Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (KTS®-II) website says this is the most widely used personality test in the world. Use it to choose a career, improve your relationships, and understand yourself, your students, or your employees.
Assessment - The Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI)
The Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI) uses the nine-sided enneagram as a diagram for self-discovery. There is a short test for free, and longer ones for a small fee.
Assessment - Brookhaven College Sensory Modality Preference Inventory
From Brookhaven College, the Sensory Modality Preference Inventory tells you whether you prefer to learn by visual, auditory, or kinesthetic/tactile means.
The Big 5 Personality Test
The Big 5 Personality Test website says that their test measures what many psychologists consider to be the five fundamental dimensions of personality. What are yours?
The Personality 100 Test
The Personality 100 Test is Ph.D. certified. Their motto says: Live Your Best Life! and they also say that knowing your personality well is the key to a happy and successful life.
The Building Excellence (BE) Survey
The Building Excellence (BE) Survey is from Rundle & Dunn. It is "a systematic approach for identifying 26 critical variables that promote or obstruct learning and productivity." It takes 25 minutes and costs $5.
A Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile
The Self-Portrait™ Learning Style Profile assesses disposition, modality, environment, interests, and talents. Its costs $20 for 1 or 2, and $15 for more.