What is Learning Style Analysis?

Enhance educational success ...

by discovering how students learn best.

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:

Brain Processing
Sensory Modalities
Physical Needs
Environmental Preferences
Social Aspects


LSA reveals –
each student's unique combination of style features
LSA shows –
how to rearrange the learning environment to get better results
LSA provides –
guidelines for helping students concentrate better and learn most successfully
LSA adapts –
to the specific needs of three age groups:


The Learning Style Analysis is based on a questionnaire, which takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The LSA generates instant results: a personal profile for each unique individual or even a learning group.
LSA guidelines then help translate the findings into the perfect learning environment: individual learning styles become personal strengths that drive motivation, concentration and academic results.

Across six layers, LSA measures the combination of
48 preferences, to discover whether students

  • analytical left-brain thinkers who focus on details and logic OR holistic right-brain thinkers who need the big picture and like learning to be fun
  • concentrate well in a brightly-lit classroom OR learn better with the curtains drawn
  • can sit and concentrate for a whole session OR need to stretch, wander or snack to stay focused
  • respond well to a lecture-style setting OR learn best by doing, in a hands-on environment
  • are comfortable with routine OR feel stimulated by change and variety
  • are highly motivated self-starters OR need external motivation
  • are systematic and persistent OR spontaneous and fluctuating

and a wide range of other variables, each of which can have a profound impact on learning performance.

Generate a huge range of benefits for students, schools and families by accommodating these styles in classrooms, learning spaces and at home.