General Learning Style (ISFP)

Students with this learning style learn best by experiencing, doing and memorising, and they are interested in the practical use to which they can put ideas. They enjoy learning and perfecting skills and can recall sensory data (pictures, sounds, textures etc.) in detail.

New experiences excite them and consequently they tend to plunge in to a subject, learning as they go. Variety, sensory stimulation and active participation maintain their interest, and they therefore benefit from short presentations; 'on-the-job' training that has immediate applications; and practical, experiential workshops. Demonstrations and practical examples are of more use to them than theory, discussion or reading.

As learners, they:

They learn best when:

They are challenged when:

College Learning Style

Students with this learning style are both friendly and quiet. They usually do not care to lead but are loyal followers. They enjoy the present moment and don't want to spoil it with overexertion. They enjoy relaxing and have a quiet sense of humour. They are modest about their abilities, seek to please others, and avoid disagreements whenever possible.

Choosing a Major Subject

Learning Preferences

Reading, Writing, Study

Playing

Possible Causes of Stress

Dealing With Stress