What Kind of Thinker Are You?
If you have a big project due in a couple weeks, how do you get started?
You take time to develop a plan on how you will get it done.
You jump right in and try to see what works well.
You take it slowly, giving yourself plenty of time to be creative and innovative.
You start collecting facts and research. The more data you have, the better.
When you're trying to learn something, what do you focus on?
What you need to learn, and when you need to learn it by.
What you need to know, and what you can ignore.
How what your learning could apply to you and your life.
How to determine if what you are learning is true and accurate.
What sort of work environment is difficult for you?
Working on a project that doesn't have a clear answer or objective
Work that has a lot of detail or rules
Work that's competitive or stressful
Working in a group or with a partner
What's the best way to explain something to you?
Break it down into logical steps
Give you a way to try it out yourself
Relate it to real life
Tell you all the information, facts, and theories
What intellectual activities make you the happiest?
Organizing, practicing, and doing
Inventing, discovering, and taking risks
Relating, sharing, and cooperating
Thinking, analyzing, and debating
What Kind of Smart Are You?
What Brain Quadrant Are You?
What's Your Brain Like?
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