General Learning Style (ENFJ)

Students with this learning style learn best by reading, exchanging ideas and role play.

To them, learning is a way of expanding their horizons and a path towards growth and development, and this acts as a strong motivation. They prefer to learn in a structured manner, and a friendly, co-operative atmosphere in which exploration and discovery are encouraged is a prerequisite of their success. They enjoy playing with ideas, experimenting with possibilities and thinking around their subject, but need to have a clear purpose for doing so.

They enjoy having access to a wide variety of information and bring together disparate ideas to create new models and concepts to support their fundamental beliefs.

They learn better with others than on their own, and seek approval from their peers and teachers. For them to become fully involved, their imagination needs to be stimulated, as a result of which they benefit from reading, multi-sensory presentations, inspiring lectures, workshops, group discussions, role playing exercises and games. Exercises, routine, detailed tasks and analysis de-motivate them.

As learners, they:

They learn best when:

They are challenged when:

College Learning Styles

Students with this learning style arouse support and enthusiasm for new projects. They express themselves well, especially in front of a group. They radiate concern for others and will work hard in their behalf. Their actions are usually guided by an idealistic vision that they believe is possible for people.

Choosing a Major Subject

Learning Preferences

Reading, Writing, Studying

Playing

Possible Causes of Stress

Dealing With Stress