How you think and how you learn is unique to you! The theory of multiple intelligences stemmed from Howard Gardner, a man who wanted to define a new level of intelligence. Multiple intelligences represent different intellectual abilities. Learning styles are the ways in which an individual approaches a range of tasks. There is no right or wrong way to learn and everyone has their strengths.
By learning about the intelligences you possess, you may be able to unlock the secret to your success!
Below are 3 Multiple Intelligences Self-Assessments. When answering the questions, answer honestly and go with your initial reaction. Remember, there are no wrong answers.
What you learn may surprise you or provide insights into your education and life long journey!