SPEARMAN CORRELATIONS BETWEEN LEARNING STYLES FROM RATIONAL LEVEL AND GARDNER INTELLIGENCE TYPES
Authors: MIHAI COVACI
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Perspectives on education are changing and expanding beyond the classroom, to an augmented environment, where are facilitated processes such as information access, expert opinions on the same subject, detailed analyzes of certain aspects, etc. This extension implies in different ways both teachers and learners in relation to the variety of learning styles and types of intelligence presented by H. Gardner. In current learning offerings and information access opportunities, students can effectively use their natural inclinations (converted to styles) to exploit learning, analyze information that is uninfluenced by aspects of a particular group, develop collaborative personality traits, and these aspects may indirectly cause teachers to adapt the methods used for the class. The purpose of the research is to observe the possible correlations between learning styles that predominantly use rational area from Kolb and Honey-Mumford models and Gardner intelligence types. Observing these correlations teachers can be helped in better understanding of students' attitudes towards the educational process.