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Electronic Portfolio: Student as a Learner
Learning Styles Inventory and Multiple Intelligences Assessment
The Learning Styles, Analytical/Global Thinker, and the Multiple Intelligences Assessment tests available on the following site are intended to help you come to a better understanding of yourself as a learner by highlighting the ways you prefer to learn or process information.
It is hoped that by doing so you be able to develop strategies which will enhance your learning potential.
The tests/assessments have been designed with no time limits. Try to answer each question as honestly as you can.
What's Your Learning Style?
Everybody has a preferred learning style. Knowing and understanding your learning style helps you to learn more effectively. Through identifying your learning style, you will be able to capitalize on your strengths and improve your self-advocacy skills.
Digital Portfolio Suggested Course Work Entries
Students will collect and upload no more than two (2) graded or teacher approved course work entries.
Students will gather course work from their enrolled courses for the year to include new semester courses.
The course work entry from grade level will be a representative of at least one or more category of the Career Readiness Skills below:
Speaking & Listening – conveying and comprehending oral messages clearly are vital skills that enhance workforce performance
Problem Solving – applying logic to decision making and problem solving is critical to workplace success
Work Ethic – this includes an array of employee qualities such as promptness, flexibility, and “doing the right thing” for the organization
Positive Attitude – the “positive attitude” employers want includes cooperativeness, taking direction and correction willingly, an eagerness to learn, being pleasant and polite, and getting along with others
Independence & Initiative – displaying initiative and demonstrating the ability to work independently are aptitudes that employers seek and reward
Self-Presentation – wearing appropriate clothes, speaking well, and acting in a professional manner all factor into making a good impression
Attendance – being on time and following a specific schedule are important traits for any job
Teamwork – working well with others requires courtesy, understanding, listening, and compromise