Learning styles questionnaire, from Peter Honey and Alan Mumford
Using Your Learning Styles - second edition, Peter Honey, Maidenhead, 1986.
This questionnaire is designed to find out your preferred learning style(s). Over the years you have probably developed learning 'habits' that help you benefit more from some experiences than from others. Since you are probably unaware of this, this questionnaire will help you pinpoint your learning preferences so that you are in a better position to select learning experiences that suit your style.
There is no time limit to this questionnaire. It will probably take you 10-15 minutes. The accuracy of the results depends on how honest you can be. There are no right or wrong answers. If you agree more than you disagree with a statement put a tick () by it. If you disagree more than you agree with a statement put a cross () by it. Be sure to mark each item with either a tick or a cross.
1 I have strong beliefs about what is right and wrong, good and bad
2 I often act without considering the possible consequences
3 I tend to solve problems using a step-by-step approach
4 I believe that formal procedures and policies restrict people
5 I have a reputation for saying what I think, simply and directly
6 I often find that actions based on feelings are as sound as those based on careful thought and analysis
7 I like the sort of work where I have time for thorough preparation and implementation
8 I regularly question people about their basic assumptions
9 What matters most is whether something works in practice
10 I actively seek out new experiences
11 When I hear about a new idea or approach I immediately start working out how to apply it in practice
12 I am keen on self discipline such as watching my diet, taking regular exercise, sticking to a fixed routine
13 I take pride in doing a thorough job
14 I get on best with logical, analytical people and less...