It is important for teachers to assess the students’ reactions towards them and their teaching methods.
a. It creates opportunities to judge the quality of personal work, based on evidence and explicit criteria, and to improve future work. The type of assessment settings, whether formal or informal, may vary in the criteria and standards used.
b. The learning styles of the students may determine the students’ learning skills.
c. Therefore, teachers need to focus on the learning style(s) in which they would like to stress upon the students.
Teachers also need to create a profile for the different types of learners followed by a couple of questions.
This way, students and teachers can get an idea of how they learn, along with the techniques the teachers will use to help address those students with learning difficulties.
d. The students describe their general approaches to learning, or their learning styles, by comparing themselves with several different profiles and choosing those that, in their opinion, most closely resemble them. This provides teachers with a simple way to assess the students’ learning styles or preference for ways of learning.