What does your personality say about your learning style?
Students, write down the word of phrase that describes a consistent character trait of yours. Total the number of words/phrases and multiply by 2. Do this for each category.
For example: Category 1: bold, enjoys challenges, competitive. Since I wrote down three traits, I will multiply three by two. My number will be 6.
STUDENTS: GROUP BY YOUR PERSONALITY.
Learners: You are to figure out your personality traits based on the criteria below.
- Provide one adjective that sums your personality as an entire group.
- You tend to like__________________________________. List your likes.
- You tend to fear ____________________________________. List your fears.
- You are motivated by _______________________________. List your motivations.
Learners: You will share out these categories to the class. After you have shared, the instructor will show the list from lion, beaver, otter, retriever.
Instructors: Do not scroll down until the lions have presented, then the beavers, and so on.
Lions at a Glance
Lions tend to like:
- Leadership Roles
- Competition, Challenges
- Taking Charge
Lions tend to Fear:
- Coming in Second- in anything
Lions are motivated by:
- Goals, individual achievements
- Freedom to make choices
- Doesn't let negative events get them down
- Always wants to be in control
Beavers at a Glance
Beavers tend to Like:
- To take their time and do it right
- Clearly defined taks
- Assignments that require precision
- To know how it works
- To put everything in "boxes"
- To analyze everything
Beavers tend to Fear:
- Criticism of their work
- Can get depressed over negative events
Beavers are motivated by:
- Recognition and approval of their work
- The need to be "right"
- Prefers to work alone
- Are usually good at Art, Music, Drama
Otters at a Glance
Otters tend to Like:
- Anything fun
- Opportunities to help and motivate others
- A platform to entertain others
Otters tend to Fear:
- Boring activities
Otters are motivated by:
Retrievers at a Glance
Retrievers to to Like:
- A few deep friendships
- Regular patterns in daily life
- Clearly defined rules
- Being peacekeepers
- Avoiding coflicts
- Seldom shows their feelings
- Looking the other way when negative events come their way
Retrievers tend to Fear:
- Unplanned changes
- The unknown
- Loss of stability
Retrievers are motivated by:
- Loyalty to people and programs
- Acceptance by others
- Usually having one interest
- Pleasing people