David Kolb
Honey & Mumford
7 Learning Styles
Memory
LTAD
100

What is David Kolb's Theory called? 

Learning Cycle

100

Whos theory did they develop?

David Kolb

100

What are the 7 learning styles?

Visual, Aural, Logical, Verbal, Kinaesthetic, Social & Solitary

100

How many pieces of information can be stored in the short term memory?

7

100

What sport did I use as an example of a LTAD Model?

Rugby

200

BONUS 

Open or Choose again?

You lost 200 Points 

200

How many maximum styles can you be?

1

200

How many styles can you be at once?

No limit 

200

How long can information be stored in long term memory?

Limitless (forever)

200

What does LTAD stand for?

Long Term Athlete Development Model 

300

What was my example of David Kolb's theory?

Being late to class

300

What are the 4 learning styles?

Activist, Reflector, Pragmatist & Theorist

300

BONUS 

Open or Choose again?

You won 300 Points 

300

Short term memory - Long term memory... What is missing?

Sensory memory 

300

How many stages are there in an average LTAD?

7

400

What are the 4 elements to David kolb's theory?

Experience, Reflect, Learn, Experiment

400

Give me one way that a Theorist is best suited to learn?

  • Models

  • Facts and figures

  • Quotes

  • Applying a theory

  • Storytelling

400

BONUS 

Open or Choose again?

Each team... Can you accurately draw the disabled symbol. 

Closest wins the points 

400

What does a short term memory need to become a long term memory?

Rehearsal (maintenance)

400

Who made the academic model of the LTAD?

Balyi and Way

500

How long ago did David Kolb develop his theory? 

38 Years Ago

500

Give me one way that a Pragmatist is best suited to learn?

  • Case studies

  • Problem-solving

  • Discussing how to translate theory into practice

500

During our games at the start of this unit we had 2 sheets of pictures... Can you remember 3 of those pictures?

Check sheet

500

How can memory be improved there are 6 ways?

Rehearsal 

Meaningfulness

Association

Avoiding overload

Organise information

Mental imagery

500

(This is a question for every team)

According to the academic model what are the stages for a LTAD?

Active Start

FUNdamentals 

Learn to Train 

Train to Train

Train to Compete

Train to Win 

Active for Life

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