Traditional vs. Multiple Intelligences Assessments


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Which is the best example of a traditional assessment?

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1. Which type of assignment would be a good fit for a student who shows verbal-linguistic intelligence?

2. A small group project speaks to which of the multiple intelligences?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If you're interested in gauging your knowledge of traditional and multiple intelligences assessments, you've reached the right place! This interactive quiz and printable worksheet feature multiple-choice questions that cover areas of multiple intelligences, related assignments and activities and an example of a traditional assessment.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Check your understanding of the following using this quiz and worksheet:

  • Type of assignment that would suit a student showing verbal-linguistic intelligence
  • Multiple intelligences area that relates best to a small group project
  • Example best representing a traditional assessment
  • Activity that would be a good fit for a student with high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence
  • Multiple intelligences area with which a student would benefit from an assessment focused on creating a poster by drawing

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding multiple intelligence areas and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a good example of a traditional assessment
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about an activity that would be a good fit for a student with high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence

Additional Learning

Review the lesson called Traditional vs. Multiple Intelligences Assessments accompanying this quiz and worksheet to discover or better understand the following:

  • Major issue with utilizing only traditional assessments
  • Individual who created the multiple intelligences theory
  • Tools available to help students determine multiple intelligences areas