Tapping into personal genius : the effect of applying self knowledge of multiple intelligences and preferred learning styles on student success in high school physics
Gerow, Lance Scot.
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This study examined students' use of assessment tools to provide an indication of their relative multiple intelligences and preferred learning styles. Using this information, students chose study and revision methods best suited to their personal strengths and preferences to assist with physics concept internalization and employed them during a unit of study. Results indicate that performance and attitude toward physics improved.