Experiential Learning Assessments

The Kolb Learning Style Inventory 4.0. Experiential Learning styles are unique ways of navigating the learning cycle process; they are not traits or pigeonholes. By understanding the Experiential Learning style profile, individuals raise awareness and learn to monitor their own preferences and improve their effectiveness. Learning styles help people to understand others whose styles may be different from their own. Take the KLSI 4.0 defines your learning style- your unique way of using the learning cycle. The new KLSI 4.0 to define the learning style profile. Use the KLSI 4.0 for individuals or groups.

The Team Learning Report.

The Team Learning Report is designed to give teams and their team members information about one another and their team’s purpose based on the survey they complete. It guides teams through the team learning process and identifies the specific strengths required for each step in that process.Team members identify their learning strengths and link them to the team learning process. Members gain insight into the actions they can take to make an impact on the team and how they can contribute to team leadership. Members also increase their understanding of the preferences of other team members and how they add value to team learning. Next, members negotiate a shared team purpose by using the team learning process. By following the guidance in this report, teams make the process of team learning explicit and continue to build more capacity for learning and effectiveness. Use the Team Learning Report for teams up to 15 members.

The Learning Style Flexibility Self-Assessment. The Learning Style Flexibility Assessment is based on the Experiential Learning model of learning and development. This assessment identifies and measures the use of specific capabilities that are associated with the nine Learning styles. Once identified, the results help individuals to select learning and development goals.

The Learning Style Flexibility 360°. The Learning Style Flexibility 360° is based on the Experiential Learning model of learning and development. This assessment identifies and measures the use of specific skills that are associated with the nine Learning styles by raters and self. Feedback from raters from all areas of one’s life provides information that facilitates learning to be more adaptive in learning and life.

Kolb Educator Role Profile.  The Kolb Educator Role Profile (KERP) was created to help you clarify the role you prefer to take in helping others learn. This role includes your educational philosophy, your teaching style, the goals you set for learners, and the practices you use to promote learning. While the educator role is most often associated with teaching in the classroom or workshops, you may also assume these roles as a manager, consultant, coach, parent or friend.