Learning Styles Helper's Guide
Authors: Peter Honey and Alan Mumford
For more information read the Buyer's Guide.
The April 2006 revised edition of The Learning Styles Helper's Guide is the ideal companion to both the Learning Styles Questionnaire 80-item and Learning Styles Questionnaire 40-item.
It provides comprehensive guidance for all helpers of learning. It explores activities that suit different learning styles and how managers' learning styles determine the support individuals can expect.
It also provides practical advice on using learning styles in conjunction with training programmes and personal development plans and gives norms for various demographical groups, for benchmarking purposes.
Supersedes The Manual of Learning Styles and no longer contains the Learning Styles Questionnaire.
What are the Benefits?
- It provides all the information people need to help and support others as they go through the process of establishing and working with their learning style preferences
- It provides practical advice for managers on how to use learning styles to harness their people's talents and how to recognise the influence their own learning style has on the way they manage their people
- It enables trainers to get the most out of training sessions and gives practical information on how to incorporate it into training programmes.
If you would like to purchase this product, please download this order form and fax or email it to us using the details on the form.