According to research, the human brain is accustomed to, and largely exposed to a multi-sensory environment. In other words, our brains can handle more than one type of sense at the same time, which is one of the main reasons why different segments of our brains are interconnected. That said, multi-sensory lessons then mean using neuroscience behind the way we learn and developing sessions that engage two or more of our sense at the same time. As it happens, the multi-sensory teaching strategy strongly relates with Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory, which asserts that individuals have different intelligences in varied areas such as linguistic, spatial, interpersonal, mathematical, and musical intelligence. Corresponding with this theory, multi-sensory lessons aim to assimilate these intelligences into training activities so that differing learning preferences are catered to. An online trainer training course could be an appropriate place wherein thorough details on how to deploy multi-sensory training sessions will be explained.
These aforementioned benefits of multi-sensory learning are very important because it enables the learners to properly use their different senses and interact with the training topics in greater depth. As a result, the entire training experience is enriched and the learning objectives are satisfied.
Written By : Shivangi Chakraborty
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