Accommodating different learning styles
This distinguishes between the way learners sense, think, solve problems, and remember information.
Kolb's Learning Styles inventory and Gregorc's Mind Styles Model are those most frequently mentioned in this category.
People are classified according to their preference for: On this basis, some claim that an individual learning type can be made out of sixteen possible combinations of these preferences (Felder, Felder, and Dietz, 2002).
The growing popularity of Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (Gardner, 1985) among language teachers shows that many of them are aware of learner diversity.
But not all teachers find the Multiple Intelligences(MI) theory attractive enough or easy to implement. There is no agreement on the number or variety of learning styles.