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HBDI and Learning Styles

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I use HBDI as a base for designing and delivering training. I aslo use Honey & Mumford's Learning Styles. They seem to map but not fully. Has anyone looked at this question and come up with a clear mapping ?
Steve Reynolds

2 Responses

  1. HBDI v Honey and Mumford
    Not specifically! I have referred to the H&M style more for my information when developing courseware for eLearners.

    However I know a man who might be able to help. So if you’d like to mail me on [email protected], I will supply his email details.

    Not too sure if he’d be happy having them splashed over this page, which is why I am suggesting this.

    Thanks

  2. ILS questionnaire comprehensive
    I am currently researching into how the use of learning styles can enhance teaching in further education,as part of my postgraduate certificate in education.

    The ILS questionnaire http://www2.ncsu.edu/unity/lockers/users/f/felder/public/ILSpage.html seems very comprehensive and you may find the above site of interest.

    I have tried the questionnaire on some of my students and the result roughly equates with what I would expect.

    I should be very interested to hear your reponse or to hear from anyone else who has come to any conclusions on this interesting question.
    [email protected]

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