In this module we have explored Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences, along with various perspectives related to learning styles. We have provided lists of teaching strategies that relate to each type of intelligence and those that target individual learning styles.
As mentioned earlier, and as Drs. Palloff and Pratt reinforce, the need to incorporate a variety of differentiated instructional strategies to present information, as well as provide a range of ways students can interact with each other and with the curriculum, offer students more opportunities for success.
To review the concepts explored in this module complete the Crossword Activity below.