Clipboard Learning Tendencies  Innate Abilities                                       Work Best When They     •    Precisi...
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Clipboard learning tendencies

  1. 1. Clipboard Learning Tendencies Innate Abilities Work Best When They • Precision and accuracy • Have real experiences • Planning and organizing • Are given concrete examples, not theories • Structured conditions/environments • Have structures, quiet, orderly environments • Striving for perfection • Are given detailed directions/ models • Details and specificity • Work in consistent/efficient surroundings • Compliancy with rules/standards • Externally motivated; delay gratification Challenges They Face What They Need to Work On • Working without monitoring/feedback • Expressing their feelings • Selecting from choices/random options • Honoring process and product • Using their imagination • Honoring other learning styles • Working without parameters/directions • Patience vs. immediate conclusions • Hearing opposing viewpoints • Listening to others • Being in new situations • Seeing the big picture • Understanding others’ feelings • Seeing value in people as well as product Common Sense Learner Tendencies • Desires practicality and usability • Focuses on what works • Likes to try things out and use new ideas • Likes a plan • Wants information to be applicable to like • Likes things settled and complete • Uses comparisons to make sense of • Finishing is important information • Essentials are important • Interested in “how to” • Schedule is necessary, lists and agendas Likes Dislikes • Field trips • Memorizing; group work • Movement and hands-on • Writing assignments • Skills-oriented evaluations; labs • Peer evaluation, being given answers Reading Preferences Writing Preferences • Personal engagement • Likes to write to organize or report info • Likes to read for practical reasons and info • Likes to write for practical purposes • Prefers reality • Appreciates guidelines, models, examples • Responds to reading to find informationInstructional Activities: Structure and details in directions, hands-on approaches, how-to projectsActivities They Prefer: Sorting, labeling, collecting, charting, constructing, classifying, measuringMultiple Intelligences Strengths: Logical/mathematical, naturalist, visual/spatial, bodily/kinesthetic

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