Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles: Two Complementary Dimensions
by Stephen Denig — 2004
This paper compares the theories of multiple intelligences and learning styles to suggest ways that teachers using a combination of both theories may be able to improve student learning over the range of intelligences. The author proposes a research format for the benefit of future research.
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