The educational implications of multiple intelligence theory in the classroom are as follows:
- Students must not be assessed identically because people may have different types of intelligences.
- Technology can be used in the modern age to assess the different types of intelligence present in individuals.
- Topics should not be taught in a monotonous way. It should be taught in different ways.
- A wide variety of approaches and activities must be used for learning so that learners can think in different ways.
- Different ways of demonstration must be used for teaching a topic.