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1 Multiple Intelligences & Learning Styles -Gail Lambert

2 BE SMART Verbal/linguistic – (word smart) Verbal/linguistic – (word smart) Verbal/linguistic – (word smart) Verbal/linguistic – (word smart) Logical/mathematical – (number/reasoning smart) Logical/mathematical – (number/reasoning smart) Logical/mathematical – (number/reasoning smart) Logical/mathematical – (number/reasoning smart) Visual/spatial – (picture smart) Visual/spatial – (picture smart) Visual/spatial – (picture smart) Visual/spatial – (picture smart) Bodily/kinesthetic – (body smart) Bodily/kinesthetic – (body smart) Bodily/kinesthetic – (body smart) Bodily/kinesthetic – (body smart) Musical – (music smart) Musical – (music smart) Musical – (music smart) Musical – (music smart) Interpersonal – (people smart) Interpersonal – (people smart) Interpersonal – (people smart) Interpersonal – (people smart) Intrapersonal – (self smart) Intrapersonal – (self smart) Intrapersonal – (self smart) Intrapersonal – (self smart) Naturalist – (nature smart) Naturalist – (nature smart) Naturalist – (nature smart) Naturalist – (nature smart) (www.thomasarmstrong.com/multiple_intelligences.htm(www.thomasarmstrong.com/multiple_intelligences.htm) (www.thomasarmstrong.com/multiple_intelligences.htm Click Here

3 Verbal/Linguistic Loves to read, write, debate & tell stories Loves to read, write, debate & tell stories Has good memory for names, places, dates & trivia Has good memory for names, places, dates & trivia Often takes notes Often takes notes Learns better after seeing/writing Learns better after seeing/writing A “Bookworm” A “Bookworm” Grasps concepts on first reading Grasps concepts on first reading Can read for hours at a time Can read for hours at a time Auditory skills tend to be highly developed Auditory skills tend to be highly developed Return to List

4 Logical/Mathematical Ability to reason (sciences & math) Ability to reason (sciences & math) Strong problem-solving skills (cause & effect experiments) Strong problem-solving skills (cause & effect experiments) Likes to experiment Likes to experiment Excels in science-related logic Excels in science-related logic Generally thinks in terms of concepts & questions; loves to put ideas to the test Generally thinks in terms of concepts & questions; loves to put ideas to the test Return to List

5 Visual/Spatial Needs mental/physical picture to understand new information Needs mental/physical picture to understand new information Does well with maps, charts, diagrams Does well with maps, charts, diagrams Learns by seeing/watching demonstrations Learns by seeing/watching demonstrations Becomes impatient or “drifts” when extensive listening is required Becomes impatient or “drifts” when extensive listening is required Requires quiet to study Requires quiet to study Keenly perceptive of visual details Keenly perceptive of visual details Return to List

6 Bodily/Kinesthetic Good at physical activities, hand/eye coordination Good at physical activities, hand/eye coordination Tendency to move around, touch things, gestures when speaking Tendency to move around, touch things, gestures when speaking Learns by doing & moving – direct involvement Learns by doing & moving – direct involvement Often a poor listener Often a poor listener Learns better when able to move Learns better when able to move Uses movement to help concentrate Uses movement to help concentrate Enjoys physical challenges Enjoys physical challenges Return to List

7 MUSICAL Can understand & appreciate music Can understand & appreciate music Sensitive to pitch & rhythm of sounds Sensitive to pitch & rhythm of sounds Can remember melodies Can remember melodies Enjoys listening to music Enjoys listening to music Likes to sing, hum, or play instrument Likes to sing, hum, or play instrument Sensitive to all types of nonverbal sound & rhythm of everyday noise Sensitive to all types of nonverbal sound & rhythm of everyday noise Return to List

8 INTERPERSONAL Naturally social Naturally social Able to work effectively with others Able to work effectively with others Has strong leadership skills Has strong leadership skills Understands others Understands others Skilled at organizing, communicating, negotiating Skilled at organizing, communicating, negotiating Learns best in group work – excellent team player Learns best in group work – excellent team player Friendly and out-going Friendly and out-going Return to List

9 INTRAPERSONAL Understands own emotions, goals & intentions Understands own emotions, goals & intentions Has strong sense of self Has strong sense of self Usually chooses to work on own Usually chooses to work on own Enjoys self-paced projects & having space Enjoys self-paced projects & having space In touch with inner feelings In touch with inner feelings Forms realistic goals for self Forms realistic goals for self Return to List

10 NATURALIST Latest addition Latest addition Likes to be involved with nature Likes to be involved with nature Notices patterns, features, etc. in ecology Notices patterns, features, etc. in ecology Understands & appreciates how nature and people interact Understands & appreciates how nature and people interact Likes exploring & learning about plants Likes exploring & learning about plants

11 Using Your Learning Style Identify your strongest & weakest learning styles Identify your strongest & weakest learning styles Incorporate from your best style into your study time Incorporate from your best style into your study time Work on improving your weakest styles Work on improving your weakest styles

12 Don’t get caught with your “Pants on the Ground” Discover Your Learning Style

13 References Nicholson-Nelson, K. (1998). Developing students’ multiple intelligences. New York, NY: Scholastic Professional Books. Nicholson-Nelson, K. (1998). Developing students’ multiple intelligences. New York, NY: Scholastic Professional Books. Silver, H., Strong, R. & Perini, M. (2000). So each may learn: Integrating learning styles and multiple intelligences. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Silver, H., Strong, R. & Perini, M. (2000). So each may learn: Integrating learning styles and multiple intelligences. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.


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