Educational Concepts is a full service educational consulting company with the goal of training teachers and staff in best practices for increasing academic achievement. Students tend to learn through different mediums, that is, they have different learning styles. Learning Styles focus on the process one uses to ‘take in’ and process information which becomes a consistent pattern of behavior and performance. Essentially, a learning style is the process of learning particular to an individual that is presumed to allow that individual to learn best. Individually, we view the world in a manner that makes the most sense to us -- this is called perception. Our perceptions shape why, what and how we think, why and how we make decisions, and why and how we define what is important to us individually. No doubt, our individual perceptions also influence our learning strengths -- our learning styles. This learning styles inventory asks a series of 35 questions designed to determine your learning style. Learning styles describe the way a person learns. Understanding your preferred learning style will enable you to adjust situations to maximize your learning. If you are a teacher, instructor of others, or business leader, understanding how learning styles work, and using this knowledge to differentiate your interactions with others, will lead to greater success with your students and/or employees. It is important to note that all individuals fall on a continuum with respect to learning styles. While some may possess more of a particular style, they will likely have characteristics of all of them.