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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Take a Quiz: Learn Something New About Yourself!

Have some fun with our quizzes and explore how you measure up. And be sure to share your results with your friends and colleagues.
By Edutopia
Edutopia Team

What's Your Learning Style?

The theory of multiple intelligences has captured the attention of many educators who are interested in how students learn. While the theory hasn't been corroborated by research, many teachers find it helpful to better understand the abilities of their students.

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Tech Savvy Teaching: How Do You Rank?

Are tech tools improving your teaching or just a distraction? Take this quiz and find out how you rank on our technology integration scale.

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What's Your Emotional IQ?

Emotional intelligence -- the ability to empathize, persevere, control impulses, communicate clearly, solve problems, and work with others -- can be a critical skill for teachers. Take this quiz to help you identify how you manage emotions.

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Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer
Staff

Hi Rae-

You can take the learning styles quiz here: http://www.edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-learning-styles-quiz. At the end of the quiz, you will be directed to your results page, which will show you how you ranked with each style. Please do let us know if you're not directed to your results page.

Thanks!
Elana

[quote]I am a bit confused. Could someone please tell me how to read the results of the "What is my Learning Style?" quiz?

Do we simply choose the Learning Style in which we scored the highest?[/quote]

Rae's picture

Hello Elana,
Thank you for prompt response. I was able to access the quiz and the results page as well. My question was on interpreting the results. I apologize for not clarifying that in my initial comment.
I scored the highest on the Visual Learner Learning Style with a 67%
Therefore, I concluded that am a Visual Learner.
Thank you for your support,

Rae

Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer
Staff

Great to hear Rae. Rather than just showing you the result you scored the highest ib, we thought it'd be better to show how you scored with each learning style. Hope it helps you.

Enjoy your weekend,
Elana

[quote]Hello Elana,

Thank you for prompt response. I was able to access the quiz and the results page as well. My question was on interpreting the results. I apologize for not clarifying that in my initial comment.

I scored the highest on the Visual Learner Learning Style with a 67%

Therefore, I concluded that am a Visual Learner.

Thank you for your support,

Rae[/quote]

melody's picture
melody
Student at Harrison College

I just took a quiz on the learning styles, how do I review/access my saved quizzes and the results of them?

Abinaya's picture

After taking the quiz i realized my areas of interest as well as my learning style... I really loved the quiz and it helped me to analyze my skills.. In the learning style quiz i liked this question "When you are in a group, how often do you find yourself:" . this helps me to understand my weakness...

Actually i am a student searching for good university in US or UK to study... @ Elana Leoni: Thanks Elana for shared campusexplorer website.. I also found an University and Colleges directory site named http://www.easyuni.com ... These two sites helped me a lot to know about the universities in US and UK.. Hope it will help others too...

Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Community Manager at Edutopia
Staff

Gabriel, your results should appear on the last page of the quiz.

Shakawoj's picture

Came across this site through a class I'm taking about teaching online. From what I've seen so far, this is an awesome site! Thanks

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