Every person has a style profile. Some of us are very dominant in one or two styles;
others have a blended combination of styles. The abbreviated explanation about style
types listed below provides a few highlights from each style's dominant perspective.
\u2022 needs and enjoys structured situations, clear definitions, specific ways, predictability
\u2022 likes to work with hands-on projects; does well in standardized testing
\u2022 pays much attention to time and detail, and often asks for structure or rules
\u2022 is creative in structured, precise ways\u2014i.e., builds the stage set for the school play.
\u2022 admires logic, wants expert teachers, loves academics and traditional ways of learning
\u2022 needs a quiet environment to think and work; works in depth
\u2022 reads at an early age, usually; likes ideas, debate, logic; excels in standardized testing
\u2022 is creative in ways that show depth of knowledge, i.e., participates on the debate team
\u2022 is a practical problem-solver, finds ways to get things done, wants action
\u2022 knows how to shortcut details and is fascinated with strategies and technology
\u2022 loses interest easily in routine work, looks to do things, does best with performance-
\u2022 is creative in adaptive ways, i.e., streamlines the way the food drive is run.
\u2022 is extremely sensitive to his/her own and other\u2019s feelings; can be physically upset over
\u2022 is flexible, accepting, and responds easily to the positive aspects in others
\u2022 does best with others, in cooperative groups, through discussion, writing, and
\u2022 is creative in personal, humanistic, interpretive ways, i.e., excels as a peer helper.
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