In last week’s blog, I talked about how to teach the Interpersonal Learner. This week I want to share with you how to teach the Intrapersonal Learner. The intrapersonal is the opposite of a social (interpersonal) learner, they learn best when working alone.
These learners do best with self-paced materials and activities they work on independently.
This learner will enjoy:
Provide them with a quiet setting to study and allow them to work through things alone. Award this learner time to process what they have learned before asking them for feedback or having them take a test. They will be recharged simply by having some alone time.