About Let Me Learn
The Let Me Learn Process®
Every person interprets the world around them using (4) different brain-mind filters:
Identifies the degree to which you seek order and structure.
Identifies the degree to which you seek information.
Identifies the degree to which you seek opportunities to build and problem-solve.
Identifies the degree to which you take risks and generate cutting edge ideas.
The degree to which you use each filter determines your unique combination of Learning Patterns.
How Let Me Learn Began
In the early 1990s, Dr. Christine Johnston of Rowan University, working with a cadre of educational researchers, launched a series of studies that explored the single most important question in the field of education: “How do we learn?” The original study led to twenty‐five years of exploring how to identify, understand, and empower learners in K‐12 schools, community colleges, university settings, professional schools, and business and industrial learning settings to succeed as learners. The result of this work was the establishment of a non‐profit organization named Let Me Learn, a true a learning community, whose services seek to provide an answer to that most basic question, “How do we learn?” More.
How Do We Learn?
In the field of education, the issue of how the human mind functions translates into a single question: “How do we learn?” At first, this question might appear deceptively simple, but unfortunately, it requires quite a sophisticated response. More
The Purpose of the Learning Connections Inventory (LCI)
To measure the degree to which you use your Learning Patterns, you start with the Learning Connections Inventory (LCI), a 28-item self-report instrument. This inventory is actually an interview with yourself. This is not a test; it is a way to learn more about who you are. More