I listen to teachers who give animated stories and real life examples instead of just presenting theories.
In retaining what I have learned, I need to make a “learnable package”. This entails writing notes which have concrete and relevant examples like case studies and applications of principles or abstract concepts. I need to put in several pictures or illustrations. Talking to another “kinesthetic” learner will also help, as both of us can enjoy remembering details of our experiential learning.
The Humanmetrics Test I took yielded an ISTJ profile for me. People who belong to this personality type are described to be ambitious, loyal, responsible, modest, traditional and conventional, sensible, thrifty, careful and wise with both money and possessions. ISTJ people also see projects through to the end and are good time managers. We are considered good and prudent stewards of resources and can be reliable as we make practical and realistic decisions regarding how we spend time and resources.
ISTJ people like staying in their comfort zones. We do not have qualms about living in the same neighborhood for a very long time and develop a sense of loyalty, accountability and citizenship to our communities.
In terms of learning, ISTJ people possess good memories for specific facts that are relevant and meaningful in their everyday lives. We rely on repeated experiences that have been proven trustworthy. New facts and ideas are accepted if a past experience provides relevance and realism for it.
The Belbin Test results imply that I am a creative and thorough worker. I welcome tasks that challenge me to work to high standards. Thus, activities which focus on planning, research, and development would suit me well.
The test also suggests that I may perform better behind the scenes than in the spotlight. However, once I have something definite to show for my efforts, then I can be willing