The Learning Style Inventory is used by high schools and colleges alike to identify the best learning environments for their students. In order to gain a better understanding of yourself, it’s imperative students identify what environments are most conducive to learning — and which ones to avoid.
A great example is the student who learns best while listening to music, but their parent keeps telling them to turn off the music while they are studying. This becomes a point of conflict when it could easily become an opportunity to encourage learning.
Capstone students discover their maximum learning potential during their early years of high school. As a 9th grader and 10th grader, Capstone students take The Learning Style Inventory to maximize their learning strategies and make changes accordingly.
The Learning Style Inventory can be taken as a separate tool. If you would like to have your student take the inventory, Contact Capstone.