Multimodal Meaning: Connecting Multiple Intelligences To Learning Games

This article looks at how games can be effective educational tools for children, teenagers, or even adults. Games have been increasingly seen as useful for teaching both skills and concepts in multimodal ways. How game-based learning connects to Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences is explored.

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Multiple Intelligences: Categorization And Customization

Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences explores learning psychology and people's ability to learn based on the intelligence type that predominates in them. This article seeks to explore how to categorize and customize the content for learners of different intelligence types.

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The Aptitude-Treatment Interaction Guide For eLearning

The most effective eLearning experiences are those that take a personalized approach. They cater to the specific needs, wants, and abilities of the online learner, allowing them to connect with the subject matter in a more profound way. In this article, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Aptitude-Treatment Interaction theory, including its core principles and conditions.

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Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Two: Emotional / Intrapersonal Intelligence)

In this article I am going to focus on emotional / intrapersonal intelligence, what are the intrapersonal skills, how to use them, and why all these are so important for Instructional Designers.

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