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Multiple Intelligences
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Now that you can see these eight different types of intelligence, you can begin to adjust your teaching/tutoring methods to match your learner's (or learners') strengths. But how do you know which intelligence your learner uses?

Actually, no one uses just one type of intelligence; we all use several in our daily lives. Some are stronger than others for each person. Thus it's helpful to determine your learner's top intelligences and tailor your methods to best meet your learner's particular combination of strengths.

Here is an interactive form that you can use for yourself or with your learner to find out your and your learner's preferred intelligences. Try it out!


Section: Assessment Subsection: How are you smart?Subsection: Find your strengths!
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