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My VARK Results

I completed a learning style test (VARK) and here are results:

Visual 9

Aural 7

Read/Write 8

Kinaesthetic 9

From looking at my VARK scores I am quite surprised how close they are, as I expected to have more of a spike towards visual and kinaesthetic. 252 more words



I couldn’t resist taking a picture of the finished Brass Thief in a way that payed homage to his first appearance in Ravenor Returns.

‘The Brass Thief rose to its feet. 499 more words


Crisis Averted?

Disaster struck while priming the Brass Thief. Everything seemed fine until I took a closer look at the model while it was drying and the ancient curse of white primer had struck again – he looked like I’d covered him in PVA and rolled him in sand. 241 more words



Nu gör det ondare när jag sväljer OCH smärtar konstant i käke, hals och nacke. Officiellt den absolut värsta dagen hittills, vet inte vad jag gör om det fortsätter såhär.


Learning Styles

Learning Styles and Behaviour theories:

Within self reflection I have discovered that I work in a more hands on approach (kinesthetic) as well as a visual too meaning I learn from watching; demonstrations, tutorials and methods. 526 more words

Kolb's Learning Styles

David Kolb developed a set of learning styles, published in 1984, to help explain the learning behaviours of humans, and to also assist individuals with understanding and improving their own learning, whether it be in an academic or practical sense. 777 more words



Want to figure out your learning style? Try this questionnaire! Some of the questions were hard for me to answer, but most of them were pretty obvious in my case. 28 more words