Learning Style & Productivity Preferences

The PEPS Learning Style Inventory analyzes 16 different preferences for college students:

Immediate environment (sound, heat, light and design)

  • Likes Quiet vs. Likes Sound
  • Dim Light vs. Bright Light
  • Cool Environment vs. Warm Environment
  • Informal Design vs. Formal Design

Emotionality (motivation, persistence and structure)

  • Low Motivation vs. High Motivation
  • Low Persistence vs. High Persistence
  • Less Structure vs. More Structure

Sociological needs (self-oriented, peer-oriented, authority-oriented)

  • Learning Alone vs. Learning with Peers
  • Low Authority Motivation vs. High Authority Motivation

Physical needs (perceptual preference(s), time of day, food intake and mobility)

  • Low Auditory vs. High Auditory
  • Low Visual vs. High Visual
  • Low Tactile vs. High Tactile
  • Low Kinesthetic vs. High Kinesthetic
  • No Intake vs. Likes Intake
  • Late Day vs. Early Day
  • No Mobility vs. Likes Mobility

View learning style preferences for grades 3-5 and 6-12 or productivity preferences for adults.

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