Multiple Intelligences

An Introduction to the 
Multiple Intelligences Theory of Learning

So, we’re not all Einsteins or Shakespeares. Does that mean we’re all stupid? No, of course not! After all, if Einstein’s IQ were measured by his ability to write sonnets, he would not be considered intelligent. Likewise, if Shakespeare were to be tested on the theory of relativity, he would fail. This improbable idea just goes to show that many ways exist to be smart. 

Since homeschooling is all about individualization, learning about multiple intelligences will enable further personalization of the learning process. Children will thrive in a learning environment that’s tailored specifically to them.  

For community college professors, being able to utilize many different methods of teaching the same material will help many students, especially those who do not learn well using traditional methods.

Totally confused? Check out the FAQs before you throw in the towel.

Think you already know which intelligences you and your kids are? Click on the links at the bottom of this page to go to the pages dedicated to them.

Want to know more? Take a look at the general overview of the multiple intelligences.

Can’t figure it out? Take an online quiz to figure out where your strengths lie. Rather take an assessment on paper? Here’s one to print out.

After you’ve figured out which intelligences you want to emphasize, click on the links below to find out how to teach to them.  

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