So, I took the test first, and my best intelligence is Kinesthetic. Here is the order:Kinesthetic Intrapersonal Linguistic Interpersonal Logical
The five intelligences are more than 60% of the the chart, and it is surprising that, despite being an artist wannabe, my visual intelligence is not my strongest.
However, I do still think that I am a visual+kinesthetic learner in real life. And Read more →
Like most people here in ADM (I assume, because we rely heavily on visuals), I believe i’m more of a visual learner. I used to draw mind-maps and write my own notes because I remember images better than I remember text. I have always wondered why I was able to recall information more easily that way so, I turned Read more →
“What is your favourite Buddhist Temple in Singapore? Why?”
I’ll tell the truth: I have never been to a Buddhist Temple in Singapore, and even if I did, I sadly do not remember any details of the visit. In fact, I just went on a Google search for “Buddhist Temple Singapore” and can more or less confirm that I have not Read more →
“Last week, we learned about different learning styles from Sir Ken Robinson. How do you learn best?”
I have always considered myself a visual learner. In every test I took, that was always the result. Maybe it’s true, but maybe that’s also because I consider myself an artist and subconsciously concluded that being an artist, naturally I must learn visually.
But frankly, Read more →
Question: What is your favourite Buddhist Temple in Singapore? Why?
The oldest memories of me going to a Buddhist Temple in Singapore was when I was really young (7-12). My Father used to be really religious, went to one weekly which was called Palelai Buddhist Temple, and from time to time he would bring my brothers and me along. It was never Read more →
Hi, Alfred here! 🙂
So to introduce my learning style, this is something that I have not really taken noticed of, but from reviewing my techniques, I think I’m more of a visual learner!
If you are a visual learner, you learn by reading or seeing pictures. You understand and remember things by sight. You can picture what you are learning in Read more →
I am still trying to figure exactly how I learn best today but from my experiences so far, I can say that experiential learning has been the best for me so far. This means actually going out there and using whatever I have learned and applying it. Back in the US, my school, Drexel University, is known for having a cooperative Read more →
Well, I wouldn’t say how do I learn best, but rather, how to keep myself focus, or how to absorb information!
I am usually really busy with commitments apart from school, and thus, my working hours on assignments are usually past midnight (like now). And I would think that it is really productive because no one will disturb or distract me, Read more →
I guess I’m more of a visual and oral person when it comes to learning.
I learn best by drawing mind maps for different topics. This enables me to see a clearer picture and make connections between various points. I also prefer remembering definitions using my own terminologies as I tend to recall them more than actually memorising them word-for-word.
Creating abbreviations/nonsensical (profane Read more →