List of figures and tables

Figures

1.1. Herrmann’s metaphoric Whole Brain® Model 4

1.2. HBDI® single dominant sample profile indicating a strong preference for A-quadrant thinking 11

1.3. HBDI® single dominant sample profile indicating a strong preference for B-quadrant thinking 15

1.3. HBDI® single dominant sample profile indicating a strong preference for C-quadrant thinking 18

1.5. HBDI® single dominant sample profile indicating a strong preference for D-quadrant thinking 22

1.6. Students’ expectations in the four quadrants, and potential struggles 29

1.7. Planning learning opportunities and methods of facilitating learning 30

1.8. Herrmann’s expanded Whole Brain® Teaching and Learning Model 32

1.9. Kolbs Learning Style Model 33

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