Online Assessment Tools
Learning is the growth stock of the next generation.
So, educational and training organizations throughout the world are working to improve the student learning experience by raising awareness of what high quality learning entails. This starts when students experience their own methods of learning and then reflect on how this might impact their ability to perceive and process information.
About Learning’s assessment tools help people understand and accommodate a fuller range of student learning methods.
There are many different ways that students learn and they should all be acknowledged and developed. Some prefer personal dialog and discussion, others like analysis and research. Still others like hands on problem-solving and experimentation or creative explorations and adaptations. But successful learning combines all four approaches.
Successful learning moves people from Personal Meaning —Why? to Key Concepts — What? to Experimentation — How? to Creative Adaptation—What If? And the workplace of the future requires people who can use all four of these learning capacities.
Take the Assessments Online
More and more teachers and students are accessing and administering our assessment tools online. So, we have created a simple 3 -page guide for demonstrating how to access and administer these to a group. Download Guide
As an online assessment tool facilitator you can create your own student groups, and automatically view the results from your group for later analysis and reporting. People access the test by logging into a web site that guides them in how to take the profile and what the results mean. They can then generate their own personal profile and bring it to class or to a training setting for group discussion and feedback.
A series of reports are available for administrator accounts where the results
- Learning Types by Person
- Teaching Styless by Person
- Leadership Styles by Person
- Most and Least Preferred Quadrants of Learning
Reports also outline an individual’s degree of preference for each of four different approaches to learning, including those who prefer:
- Insightful Learning: Experiencing and Reflecting
- Analytic Learning: Reflecting and Thinking
- Common Sense Learning: Practical. Thinking and Acting
- Dynamic Learning: Acting and Evaluating
Want to Learn More
Request our Comprehensive Assessment Tools Brochure to learn how to access and administer these tools online along with the numerous resources we offer to help people better understand and manage these differences.