Learning Styles Inventory

I hope you have picked up your copy of

How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door.

Below is a downloadable version of the Learning Styles Inventory mentioned in the book. It’s modified from the Georgia Department of Education’s version.  
Print out 2 copies for you, and 2 copies for your daughter, and then follow the directions:

Learning Styles for your kids

Intro to Learning Styles

Identifying your Learning Style provides many insights, including:
1. Learn About Yourself. The way you learn influences the way you see the world, the way you take in information, and the way you do relationships.
2. Learn About Your Child. The way she learns influences the way she see the world, the way she takes in information, and the way she does relationships.
3. Apply Your Learning. Recognizing the similarities and differences between your Learning Style and your daughter’s Learning Style will allow you to better connect with your daughter.

Make sure you fill out YOUR Learning Style Inventory form first – also found in How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door before you ask your daughter to participate.

How To Use This Valuable Tool

1. Click the Download Button. Print out 4 copies of the Learning Style Inventory PDF.
2. Take the Learning Style Inventory for yourself. Don’t share your results.
3. Take the Learning Style Inventory again, but this time pretend to be your daughter. Don’t share your results.
4. Ask your daughter to to take the Learning Style Inventory, but to not share her results yet.
5. Have your daughter take the Learning Style Inventory again, but this time pretending to be you.
6. Once all 4 are completed, share* the Learning Style Inventories that you each did for yourselves. You tell her about you, and she tells you about herself (a.k.a., having a conversation). Embrace any surprises on either of your parts.
7. Then share the Learning Style Inventories you did pretending to be each other. Your differences will reveal areas that cause unnecessary conflict in your relationship.

*For the greatest positive impact, sit side-by-side when you share your results, or go for a walk together.


Finally, learn how to bridge the gap between your Learning Styles in How To Keep Your Daughter From Slamming the Door. Use the info to adjust your approach to common prickly issues, like homework and chores. Find solutions that resonate with the specific relationship between you and your cherub. It’s NEVER too late to start.

Have questions? Contact Deborah today.

About the Author

Deborah Ann Davis (B.S. in Science Education, M.Ed. in Supervision, and W.I.T.S Personal Trainer Certified) is a parenting coach and strategist.

Whether you’re looking to bring more positivity into your life, or you’re ready to seek the advice of a Parenting Coach, she’s eager to help you put happiness back into parenting.

Deborah has helped hundreds of families over the years, using her experience as an educator and a mother. She has decades of experience dealing with teenagers – as a mother and an educator.

Learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship today. Every minute you delay prolongs the isolation your child feels while disconnected from you. She’s waiting for you to figure it out, so why not skip the “trial and error” parenting route? 

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