Interpersonal learners

Interpersonal learners love to interact and prefer learning through communication and interaction. Interpersonal learners are true people persons. They enjoy heading up committees, participating in group learning projects, and communicating with other learners and adults. They enjoy school activities such as speech, drama, and debate teams. The strengths of people with a high degree of interpersonal intelligence are in communicating with and understanding other people. They may be good at leading and organizing other people and groups, understanding other people and resolving conflicts. The classroom implications discussed in the subtopic on Social constructivism are corresponding for interpersonal learners' preference to absorb information.

Suitable teaching and learning activities

  • Groupwork
  • Class discussions and debates
  • Peer tutoring
  • Micro-teaching
  • School clubs and social gatherings


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