Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences Resource Center

Learning styles and multiple intelligences affect teaching and learning in complex ways. Use this resource center to examine your own preferences, increase your understanding of your students' tendencies, and explore strategies for using this knowledge to maximize learning.

Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences Resource Center

 

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Students young and old have predominant learning styles and intelligence strengths that shape our successes and struggles. Whether or not these are products of nature or nurture is difficult to say. Regardless, targeting student strengths and developing their weaker tendencies can be powerful tools for tapping into student abilities.

Here are some additional links:

GSU Master Teacher Program: On Learning Styles
http://www2.gsu.edu/~dschjb/wwwmbti.html

Learning Styles, the Gregorc Styles
http://www.ware.k12.ga.us/superintendent/08-09 Goal Presentations/Curriculum/Learning Styles.pdf

Human Intelligence: Historical influences, current controversies, teaching resources
http://www.indiana.edu/%7Eintell/index.shtml

Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
http://www.wilderdom.com/personality/L2-2SternbergTriarchicTheory.html

Teaching for Successful Intelligence
http://www.indiana.edu/~futures/sternberg.ppt