Portland State University. School of Education
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
School children -- Attitudes, Questionnaires, Learning, Intellect
1 online resource (113 p.)
A questionnaire based on Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences was developed and administered to forty-five second grade students in three different classrooms. Sections of the fifty-eight item questionnaire dealt with students' preferences for certain classroom activities, methods of learning, and modes of social interaction. Each student's responses were summarized to create an individual profile, indicating preference for linguistic, mathematical, and/ or spatial activity. In addition, students' preferences for receptive and/ or expressive methods of learning, and for working by themselves, with peers, or with adults were profiled.
Snider, Allyn, "A classroom preferences questionnaire based on the theory of multiple intelligences" (1992). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4426.