Spontaneous Disposition students need flexible spaces that provide lots of room to move around. They thrive in atmospheres that are fun and challenging and allow for unscheduled free time. They learn best during field trips and real-life learning situations. Does your child or student have a Spontaneous Disposition?
College students with a Spontaneous Disposition can increase learning efficiency by incorporating movement when studying: bounce a ball, jump on a trampoline, go for a walk or run while listening to audio lessons.
Is there a Spontaneous Disposition adult in your life? They tend to be perpetual fun-seekers and often delight in being “center stage.” Their intentions to bring fun and laughter are often interpreted as irresponsible or inconsiderate behavior. Spontaneous Dispositions usually thrive in a work situation that involves lots of moving, variety and even some adventure!