Assessments

ASSESSMENTS

Experiential Learning Assessments

The Kolb Learning Style Inventory 4.0.  The Kolb Learning Style Inventory (KLSI) 4.0 was created to help people understand their unique way of learning and to use the insights gained to improve their learning power. The KLSI 4.0 includes an assessment of nine ways of learning and defines a personal learning style preference. It also includes an assessment of learning flexibility. The nine learning styles are not fixed traits but dynamic states that can flex to meet the demands of different learning situations. For the first time the KLSI 4.0 includes an assessment of the degree to which a person changes his style in different learning contexts. The flexibility score also shows which ways of learning the person uses as a backup to their dominant learning style. This information can help individuals improve their ability to move freely around the learning cycle and improve their learning effectiveness in all areas of life.  Contact us for more information- info@experientiallearninginstitute.org.

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The Learning Style Flexibility Self-Assessment.  These Learning styles describe nine different approaches to learning and life. They are also linked to nine steps in any process: learning, problem-solving, decision-making, innovating or even working on a team. Most people tend to use certain Learning styles and their associated skills and have not yet developed the ability to use others. Having the ability to use all nine sets of skills is means of developing personal and professional effectiveness. The Learning Style Flexibility Assessment framework creates a picture of how you currently use these key skills associated with Learning Styles. By understanding which skills you use and the ones you do not, you will be able to form a learning and development plan to expand your repertoire. Ideally, you will develop the ability to use all the Learning Skills by learning from experience. Contact us for more information- info@experientiallearninginstitute.org.

The Learning Style Flexibility 360°.  These Learning styles describe nine different approaches to learning and life. They are also linked to nine steps in any process: learning, problem-solving, decision-making, innovating or even working on a team. Most people tend to use certain Learning styles and their associated skills and have not yet developed the ability to use others. Having the ability to use all nine sets of skills is means of developing personal and professional effectiveness. The Learning Style Flexibility 360° framework creates a picture of how you currently use these key skills associated with Learning Styles. By understanding the skills you use and the ones you do not in different arenas of your life, you will be able to form a learning and development plan to expand your repertoire. Ideally, you will develop the ability to use all the Learning Skills by learning from experience. Contact us for more information- info@experientiallearninginstitute.org.

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 also find assume this role as a manager, consultant, coach, parent or friend. To take your complimentary Kolb Educator Role Profile, click here.