The Learning Styles Inventory (LSI) makes it easier to determine which learning environments—and which instructors—are best for particular students. In both academic settings and industrial training programs, the LSI can improve student or trainee performance and reduce dropout rates.
Designed for junior high, high school, and college students as well as adults, the LSI is a self-report inventory that measures learning preferences. It is composed of 30 items that give you four kinds of information:
Preferred Conditions for Learning
Does the student like teamwork, independent study, competition, classroom discipline, organized coursework, a close relationship with the instructor, or detailed information on assignments and requirements?