Help yourself: how to take advantage of your learning styles.
Gail Murphy Sonbuchner. Syracuse, NY: New Readers Press, 1991.
»This book helps adult or adolescent learners discover their preferred learning environment and learning strengths. It includes practical tips for improving skills in organization and time management, memory, listening, pronunciation, reading accuracy and comprehension, writing, mathematics and test taking.
Multiple intelligences and adult literacy: a sourcebook for practitioners.
Julie Viens & Silia Kallenbach. New York: Teachers College Press, 2004.
Multiple Intelligences for adult literacy and education. (Online)
Oakland, CA: Literacyworks, (n.d.).
Available at http://literacyworks.org/mi/home.html
»This resource introduces the many ways people use their senses to know and learn.
Multiple intelligences: new horizons.
Howard Gardner. New York: Basic Books, 2006.
The multiple intelligences of reading and writing: making the words come alive.
Thomas Armstrong. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2003.
»This book combines Howard Gardner’s MI theory with recent brain research on reading and writing to offer strategies for teaching reading and writing to a variety of learners. Includes the use of imagery, logic, oral language, physical activity, emotion, music, social involvement, and nature experiences in the study of words.
Smart apple game. (Game)
Sheila Dobie. Grand Forks, BC: Columbia Alliance for Literacy, 2011.
»A game that explores different types of intelligence: word smart, math/logic smart, self smart, body smart, people smart, music smart, picture smart and nature smart, and how to use them in everyday life.
Visual impact, visual teaching: using images to strengthen learning. 2nd ed.
Timothy Gangwer. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2009.
»Introduces visual teaching and how to use visual strategies to help students learn.Includes a variety of visual learning activities.