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The CAI approach uses the appropriate mix of the Learning Styles Analysis, Teaching Styles Analysis, and Working Styles Analysis together with other techniques develops highly productive teams, especially in complex team environments.

While Instruments such as Myers-Briggs, Strength Builder, etc. are useful tools, they remain predominantly personality profiles. Their focus is on the individual with only limited view of the effects on team participation and performance. While they affect teams, they are not particularly useful in team building because under stress human behavior can change dramatically leading to unpredictable actions.  The CAI is a certified implementer of Learning, Teaching, and Working style analysis.  This methodology supports individual students, teachers, classroom, employees, managers, and organizations at all levels.

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  • LSA Junior
  • LSA Adult
  • TSA – ED
  • TSA – Corp
  • WSA – Manager
  • WSA – Employee

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About Learning and Working Styles

The CAI approach uses the appropriate mix of the Learning Styles Analysis, Teaching Styles Analysis, and Working Styles Analysis together with other techniques develops highly productive teams, especially in complex team environments.

For Students of All Ages

LSA-PyramidThe Learning Style Analysis (LSA) (Dunn & Prashnig) is tailored to learning styles for ages 5 and up. Every student has a uniquely different learning style: they learn, concentrate and process information in different ways. Many educational profiling tools are available, but only the LSA reveals all a student's biophysical makeup and conditioned style elements across the six key areas in the Learning Style Pyramid Model. These include: Information Processing; Sensory Modalities; Physical Needs; Environmental Preferences; Social Aspects; and Attitudes.

The LSA reveals each student's unique combination of style features; shows how to rearrange the learning environment to get better results; provides guidelines for helping students concentrate better and learn most successfully; and adapts to the specific needs of four age groups (5-10 years; 7 – 13 years; 14-18 years; Adult).

We offer several versions of the LSA:

For Teachers, Instructors, and Managers at All Levels

tsa_imgThe Teaching Style Analysis (TSA) (Dunn & Prashnig) is the ultimate professional and skills development for teachers. Every teacher or Trainer has a unique style and teaching or training preferences of their own. The key to optimum performance in the classroom or training environment is to discover these and use them in preparation, teaching or training and managing students. Of all the many educational profiling tools available to educators and trainers, only TSA reveals all a teacher's or trainer’s style features, across the six key areas: Information Processing; Teaching Methods (Sensory); Classroom Management (Physical); Classroom Design (Environment); Lesson Planning (Techniques); and Professional Characteristics (Attitudes). The TSA reveals each teacher's or trainer’s unique combination of style elements; shows how to rearrange the learning or training environment to get better results; helps matching the specific needs of students and their teachers or trainers during the learning process.

Teachers and Trainers use the appropriate TSA to determine their teaching strengths and develop personal development plans to improve.

There are two versions of the TSA.

For Managers and Employees

WSAThe Working Style Analysis (WSA) (Dunn & Prashnig) is an assessment instrument derived from the original Dunn and Dunn Learning Style Model. It assesses the 49 overall individual style preferences in the six basic areas of immediate environment, attitudinal, social groupings, sensory modalities, physical needs and left/right brain dominance. Responses to the WSA questionnaire provide individual profiles of each subject’s working style. Taken together, individual results produce a group profile for individual offices and the Mission overall.

The two versions of the WSA available are the WSA-Employee and WSA-Manager