Ever wonder why some students in your class seem to quickly grasp concepts and others don’t? Do you wonder why some students are engaged in activities while others seem bored or they act out? Do you know that your students understand the content but notice that they have a hard time showing it?
Research shows that we all have learning preferences (sometimes referred to as multiple intelligences). Learning preferences are the ways we prefer to learn. This doesn’t mean we can’t learn other ways, but it does mean we like to learn in these specific ways. When we like to do something, it comes more naturally to us.
In this product, students will take a self-assessment, make a graph, and answer questions to determine their learning preferences. They will then read a summary of each learning preference and ideas for studying that align to their preference. Also included in this product is a choice board of activities for students that is aligned to the learning preferences and could be used with any topic. These can be used for practice or alternative assessments. Also included is a rubric to use when grading the activities.
Included in this product are:
*how to use this product
*multiple intelligences/learning preferences quiz for students with graph and questions
*multiple intelligences/learning preferences handout
*blank multiple intelligences/learning preferences notesheet
*suggestions for studying for each learning preference
*multiple intelligences/learning preferences choice board for students (use these for practice activities or for alternative assessments)
*multiple intelligences/learning preferences rubric
This product is great for:
*all grade levels
*small groups or whole class
*any subject area
*general ed or character ed
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