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 Multiple Intelligence Learning Styles?

Answer Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory was first published in his 1983 book "Frames of Mind." Gardner came up with seven different intelligence areas: Linguistic, Logical-Mathematical, Music... Read More »
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How to Use Multiple Intelligence & a Dominant Learning Style?

A learning style is the way someone assimilates new information. It could be visual, learning by seeing; auditory, learning by hearing; or kinesthetic, learning by doing. Often, people use differen... Read More »
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Intelligence Learning Styles?

The noted psychologist Howard Gardner devised the theory that there are seven intelligences or ways students learn. His research is the basis for implementing learning styles in the classroom. When... Read More »
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Theories of Intelligence & Learning Styles?

Most educators use some particular theory of intelligence or learning styles to inform their teaching. These theories are based on the idea that students have different strengths and learning prefe... Read More »
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How to Accommodate Multiple Learning Styles?

Everyone learns in different ways. There are three main learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic (see Reference 1). Kinesthetic learners learn by doing. They have good hand-eye coordinatio... Read More »
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