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Learning Styles

Learning Styles
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Avery Dunham

on 7 September 2016

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Transcript of Learning Styles

Summary

Today you learned:

Trainer Trainee Relationship

What is your preferred style?

Can you have more than one learning style?

Learning Styles

Hands On Approach

Give me a 9!!

Activity

Hands-on

Learn by Doing


Kinesthetic

Learning to Listen

Back to back pictures

Activity

Listening

Computer Based

Repeating

Auditory

Learning To See

What’s In The Box?

Activity

Watching

Reading

Observing

Visual

How do you know what type of learner you have?

Identifying Learning Styles

Three Learning Styles

How are different Learning Styles decided?







Learning Styles

Why Line Lead Development

Learning Styles

Three Types of Learner

Recognizing Learning Styles

Adapting Your Approach

Summary

Agenda

What is your name?

What area do you work in?

How long have you worked here?

How do you spend your free time?

Introduction

Developing People Toward Continuous Improvement

A successful training session is one where the focus is on the needs of the
TRAINEE
not the
TRAINER

Adapting your approach and building rapport are key to trainee involvement and knowledge retention

TELL
me and I’ll forget

SHOW
me and I may remember

INVOLVE
me and I’ll understand

Knowledge Retention

You are working with adults who deserve to be respected and treated fairly

Give the time and patience you would like to receive if you were the trainee

Patience

Repeating and performing a task multiple times leads to better memory retention

Answering the same question more than once is not a sin

Repetition

Utilize the methods you learned about each
learning style

Stay focused on the task at hand

Remember you are one of the key building blocks of a successful team

Adapting Your Approach

Verbal Explanations

Learning Discussions

Training Classes

Computer Based Trainings

Approaches For The Auditory

Work Instructions

Demonstrations

Training Job Aids

Notes

Approaches For The Visual

What Do
YOU
See?

Smart Phone Analogy
Surf the web
Text Messaging
Gaming
E-mail
Navigation
And oh yeah, Phone Calls

Improving Your Team

Continuous Improvement Initiative

Skill Expansion

Enablers
Tool Box


Why Line Lead Development?

Explain while doing

Allow them to try

Cover Work Instructions while performing the task


Approaches For The Kinesthetic

What is your preferred style?

Visual

Auditory

Kinesthetic


Learning Style Assessment

Characteristics
Background
Preferences on how we receive and process information
Visual

Auditory

Kinesthetic
Can I see that…

Could I watch you…

How did you do that?

Could you repeat that?

What I heard was…

What did you say?

Can I do that?

Would you mind if I tried it?

Why it is important to Train the Trainer
Three Types of Learning Styles
Adapting Your Approach
Work Instructions
Full review of Work Instructions prior to showing how the job is done.

Visual learners like to know the specific instructions BEFORE performing the task
Demonstrations
Show me how to do it before I dive in and try it myself. This way I can see an example of how to do it correctly
Training Job Aids
Study materials to refer to when applicable
Notes
Notes are useful so I do not have to keep asking the same question over and over until I understand
Verbal Explanations
As you show them how to do a task, verbally describe each step and refer to it in the Work Instructions
Learning Discussions
Oral review of topics covered during training sessions. Asking open ended questions to get good feedback
Training Classes
Introduce new ideas and concepts that can not be trained OJT (On Job Training)
Computer Based Training (CBT)
Recorded video or computer program of task or idea
Proper training of a new skill is like downloading a new application to a smart phone only better because you are increasing the awareness and capabilities of your team.
Line Lead Development
Learning Styles
You have several "tools" at your disposal.

The intention of the Line Lead Development
is to help you make the most of them.
Open Ended Question Examples
What do you like best about working for TASER?

What do you do for fun in your free time?

We just covered this new topic; can you please explain the first step?
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