Multiple Intelligences Inventory-----POSTER requirements and link


This project will illustrate your strengths  and you best learning style.

Please take at home if you are absent we will follow the link below and take a

Multiple Intelligences survey.

They will then print out results and create a

My Multiple Intelligences POSTER .

We will also use the results from our surveys taken in class

Auditory, Visual , Kinesthetic

Right brain/Left Brain

Students will use info gathered from the results to illustrate through

magazine pictures what kind of smart they are. The pictures chosen should reflect their strengths. Are you more of one of the following multiple intelligences?

picture smart

word smart

nature smart

body smart

math smart

music smart

people smart

self smart

The following supplies are needed also: 

  • old magazines for cutting up.

  • A piece of 11x22" poster board or a larger one we can cut.

  • Glue stick

  • scissors

The poster needs to have the following componants in order to recieve full credit.

Colored copy of Multiple intelligences pie chart

Colored brain (only color your dominant side)

at least one picture representing each of your top 3 strengths

words telling your dominant 2 strengths

your name creativly displayed on the front.


Your Preferred Learning Style


A learning style is a way of learning. YOUR preferred learning style is the way in which YOU learn best. Three learning styles that are often identified in students are the Auditory Learning Style, the Visual Learning Style, and the Tactile/Kinesthetic Learning Style. Read about each of these learning styles to identify YOUR preferred learning style.

Are you an Auditory Learner?

Auditory Learners learn best when information is presented in an auditory language format. Do you seem to learn best in classes that emphasize teacher lectures and class discussions? Does listening to audio tapes help you learn better? Do you find yourself reading aloud or talking things out to gain better understanding? If YES, you are probably an Auditory Learner.

Are you a Visual Learner?

Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format or in another visual format such as pictures or diagrams. Do you do best in classes in which teachers do a lot of writing at the chalkboard, provide clear handouts, and make extensive use of an overhead projector? Do you try to remember information by creating pictures in your mind? Do you take detailed written notes from your textbooks and in class? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner.

Are you a Tactile/Kinesthetic Learner?

Tactile/Kinesthetic Learners learn best in hands-on learning settings in which they can physically manipulate something in order to learn about it. Do you learn best when you can move about and handle things? Do you do well in classes in which there is a lab component? Do you learn better when you have an actual object in your hands rather than a picture of the object or a verbal or written description of it? If YES, you are probably a Tactile/Kinesthetic Learner.

Your learning style is your strength. Go with it whenever you can. When you can choose a class, try to choose one that draws heaviest on your learning style. When you can choose a teacher, try to choose one who's teaching method best matches your learning style. When you choose a major and future career, keep your learning style firmly in mind.

Go here to take the quiz and see what type of learner you are!