Integrating Learning Style and Multiple Intelligences in Teaching and Learning Process
Students’ exhibit different learning styles and multiple intelligences, and only by accommodating these various abilities can instructors properly plan and conduct assignments and assess what students have learned. Students have different learning styles and multiple intelligences. This has implications for the design and execution of a field study, or any teaching situation. In addition to having differences in learning styles, not everyone is smart in the same way, according to Gardner, He says that individuals are intelligent to some degree such as: musical, verbal linguistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, etc. This article outlines the importance of learning styles and multiple intelligences in teaching and learning process, as well as instructional techniques that work best with students’ respective learning traits.
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