Learning Styles for Different Generations

Learning Styles for Different Generations

Reaching your students in your classroom requires that you meet them on their level.  There are some resources on the site to help you make your teaching fit with the learning styles of different generations.

  • Your first stop should be the Inventory of Multiple Intelligence which is an explanation of how different people have different strengths or natural talents.  In 1983, Harvard University psychologist, Howard Gardner identified seven intelligences in his publication Frames of Mind.  The inventory of multiple intelligences is like a resume of talents and gifts that together form a complete person. 
  • Take a test to determine your intelligence inventory - The intelligence inventory is simply the way for you to determine what your class prefers. 
  • 101 Ways to Teach a Verse is a collection of ideas for creatively teaching a Bible verse to children.
  • Using the right words to reach your audience is a collection of suggestions for teachers who are working with people unfamiliar with the Bible or Bible language.