Strategic Play and especially the use of LEGO in change processes is something that acknowledges that people have different approaches to understanding and learning.
Recently I came across this online tool that assesses your different intelligences according to Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences.
In the scope of using LEGO to build physical metaphors it is interesting that Gardner thinks that the ability to use metaphors is one of the only abilities that goes across the different intelligences. Thereby he says that is not only the "traditional creative" that are good with metaphors - it is something everyone does.
So how does that play in with multiple intelligences - well in the way that we form our metaphors based on our strongest intelligences. The power in metaphors then come when we start mapping one idea from our strong intelligences to another domain (our weaker) intelligences. The ability to do that with metaphors and especially LEGO is much stronger than many other methods.