Learning styles based on Jung's theory of personality


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Learning styles based on Jung's theory of personality

  1. 1. Learning Styles Based on Jung's Theory of Personality
  2. 2. Jungian learning styles describe four main dimensions: (1) Extroverted/Introverted (2) Sensation/Intuition (3) Thinking/Feeling (4) Judging/Perceiving
  3. 3. People with an extroverted learning style prefer collaborating with others. Number of Extroverted Learners Approximately 60% of learners are extroverted learners.
  4. 4. Characteristics of Extrovert Learners      Learns best through direct experience Enjoys working with others in groups Often gathers ideas from outside sources Willing to lead, participate and offer opinions Jumps right in without guidance from others
  5. 5. Introverted learners prefer solitary study sessions. Number of Introverted Learners Approximately 65% of learners have a sensing learning style.
  6. 6. Characteristics of Introvert Learners  Prefers to work alone  Enjoys quiet, solitary work  Often generates ideas from internal sources  Prefers to listen, watch and reflect  Likes to observe others before attempting a new skill
  7. 7. Sensing learners are practical, realistic and focused on the external world. Number of Sensing Learners Approximately 65% of learners have a sensing learning style.
  8. 8. Characteristics of Sensate Learners  Focuses on the present  Practical and reasonable  Utilizes experience and common sense to solve problems  Keenly observe the surrounding world
  9. 9. Intuitive learners enjoy abstract thought, daydreaming and imagining the future. Number of Intuitive Learners Approximately 35% of learners are intuitive learners.
  10. 10. Characteristics of Intuitive Learners  Prefers to work in short sessions, rather than finishing a task all at once  Enjoys new challenges, experiences and situations  More likely to look at the big picture rather than the details  Like theories and abstract ideas
  11. 11. Thinking learners are interested in logic, reason, structure and function. Number of Thinking Learners Approximately 55% of males and 35% of females have a thinking learning style.
  12. 12. Characteristics of Thinking Learners  Interested in logic and patterns  Dislike basing decisions on emotions  Bases decisions on reason and logic
  13. 13. Feeling learners are interested in personal relationships and feelings. Number of Feeling Learners Approximately 45% of males 65% of females are feeling learners.
  14. 14. Characteristics of Feeling Learners  Interested in people and their feelings  In tune with their own emotions and those of other people  Base decisions on immediate feelings  Generates excitement and enthusiasm in group settings
  15. 15. Judging learners are organized, decisive and have strong opinions. Number of Judging Learners Approximately 45% of people are judging learners.
  16. 16. Characteristics of Judging Learners      Do not like ambiguity or mystery Tend to be firm in their decisions Very organized and structured Strong opinions Generally follows the rules
  17. 17. Perceiving learners tend to be curious and enjoy working on many projects at once. Number of Perceiving Learners Approximately 55% of people are perceiving learners.
  18. 18. Characteristics of Perceiving Learners  Often make impulsive decisions  Change decisions based on new information  Dislike structure and organization  Tends to be very flexible and adaptable  Sometimes has trouble making decisions
  19. 19. Wahyu Edhy Sutran (WESt) BoardGAME Specialist, Life Facilitator and eQuipper. wahyuedhysutran@yahoo.com