Howard Gardner, best known for his theory of multiple intelligences, was interviewed in Brain World magazine (Spring 2015) and asked how might liberal arts colleges encourage different intelligences? Gardner responded...
"Two ingredients are helpful:
1) teachers' awareness that students can learn important material in a variety of ways, and these should be drawn upon as appropriate to teach a range of students;
2) learners themselves should be aware of how they learn best and seek environments (and teachers and curricula) that best address their strengths and help them to negotiate their weaknesses."
Engaging Adult Learners Using Multiple Intelligences
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Whether you’re presenting in a lunchroom, boardroom, classroom or ballroom, you need to address the eight ways of learning to get your message to stick.
This interactive digital toolkit on CD offers you down-to-earth strategies for adapting your content to address the individual strengths and diverse intelligences of ALL the adults in your audience.
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