SO EACH MAY LEARN: Integrating Learning Styles & Multiple Intelligences

Course No. ED430J, ED530j

You will have a wonderful time exploring the ideas in this book.  The authors keep one eye on your own search for self-knowledge by providing personal assessment profiles in Appendices A and B, and then go on to show you why and how it would be possible to provide the same kind of awareness of personal preferences and strengths for your students.
The authors are committed to three goals:  effectiveness, practicality and fairness for you and your students.  As they say in their conclusion, “One of the best places to start when deciding how and where to use the ideas from this book is at the ‘Are-we-having-fun-yet?’ rule,” because brain research suggests that learning, experimenting, and making connections are highly pleasurable activities.  And much of staff development seems to need a little less rigor and a little more vitality. And if you are wondering how to put differentiated instruction more easily into your diverse classroom, this book is one of the most enjoyable, sensible, and fascinating books to launch or enhance your efforts.



We advise you to review and download the course syllabus before registering. Syllabus
  1. Acquired a new look or revisitation of both the model of Learning Styles and the model of Multiple Intelligences.
  2. Learned of an original description of the blending of these two models to show how they relate and complement each other to provide you with finer tuning of your insights into your students’ strengths.
  3. Acquired examples for more lively and successful teaching using your own style while also providing for students with alternative styles.
  4. Used a rationale for developing a possible plan to help students learn more about their own style preferences and strengths..

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