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Review the information on Multiple Intelligences (http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/what.cfm) and click on the "Take a Test" tab. Complete the test and view your results. Share your results with your classmates. How will the results impact your own choices for learning? Do you believe your education would have been improved if your own teachers had differentiated instruction based on your multiple intelligences? What influence do the theories of multiple intelligence have on differentiated instruction? Do you believe that learning improves when it is tailored to learning preferences? Or does it just make learning more enjoyable? Can lessons be engaging without being differentiated for learning preferences? Why or why not?

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My education would have greatly benefitted from differentiated instruction based upon multiple intelligences as it is a model that incorporates seven different ways to demonstrate intellectual ability and posits that every person cannot be identified through IQ tests regarding their intellectual capabilities. People such as Albert Einstein and Edgar Allan Poe would have failed on ...

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Does multiple intelligence play a large role in differentiated instruction.

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