Microscope Learning Tendencies  Innate Abilities                                       Work Best When They     •    Valuin...
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Microscope learning tendencies

  1. 1. Microscope Learning Tendencies Innate Abilities Work Best When They • Valuing information and details • Have expert references/sources • Organizing and debating ideas • Feel confident and comfortable • Homing in on main points, critical thinking • Are working alone • Researching information • Can write analytically • Focusing on solutions and finding answers • Learn from lecture and reading • Working to success and recognition • Can think in abstract terms/language • Through logical learners Challenges They Face What They Need to Work On • Working with others in group discussions • Letting go of perfection • Hypothetical situations/ simulations • Over-obsession with grades • Building or creating projects • Being less critical/non-judging • Expressing their emotions • Trying new things, “lightening up” • Creative writing • Listening to others’ ideas/suggestions • Open-ended situations or problems • Being aware of feelings Analytical Learner Tendencies • Seeks facts and information • Likes challenges, possibilities • Wants to organize information • Appreciates logic and reasoning • Works systematically • Needs fair treatment • Likes organizers (graphic and advanced) • Firm and tough-minded • Wants clear purpose, directions, • Not attuned to feelings experiences • Has a talent for analyzing • Needs time for reflection before action Likes Dislikes • Written tests; essays, multiple-choice tests • Pass/fail grading • Concepts and ideas • Role playing • Collecting data • Subjective tests • Comments and feedback • Group grades Reading Preferences Writing Preferences • Independent reading on topics of interest • Essays • Likes details and descriptions, information • Analytical pieces that are supported with • Likes challenges and intrigue in books research and evidence • Likes graphs, charts, lists • Likes detail and description in writingInstructional Activities: Lecture, mastery, text, Internet and library resources, independent studyActivities They Prefer: Analyzing, reporting, speculating, inferring, hypothesizing, outliningMultiple Intelligences Strengths: Logical/mathematical, naturalist, intrapersonal

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