5 edition of An elementary teacher"s guide to multiple intelligences found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Multiple intelligences|
|Statement||by Elizabeth Rhodes Offutt.|
|LC Classifications||LB1592 .O44 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||00551364|
In the book I am currently reading (and what prompted this series) Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom by Thomas Armstrong, he makes this statement about how he was initially attracted to the MI theory. For me, it sums up not only the benefits of using the Multiple Intelligences in your classroom, but also the arts as a means to awaken student learning. Expository Essay Final Project Education: Multiple Intelligences in the Elementary Classroom Some of us are born with an inherited intelligence and others will find their level of learning as they grow from an early age in life through training from educators and parents.
The standard psychological view of intellect states that there is a single intelligence, adequately measured by IQ or other short answer tests. Multiple intelligences (MI) theory, on the other hand, claims on the basis of evidence from multiple sources that human beings have a number of relatively discrete intellectual capacities. Interpersonal intelligence reflects an ability to recognize and understand other people's moods, desires, motivations, and intentions. Intrapersonal intelligence refers to people's ability to recognize and assess those same characteristics within themselves. Go to "Teachers Are Taking Multiple-Intelligences Theory to Heart.".
Multiple Intelligences Questionnaire. Multiple Intelligences is the theory, created by Howard Gardner, that every person excels at a different type of learning. For an in-depth explanation of the theory, read the Multiple Intelligences Overview. Use the following checklist to determine which intelligence each of your students possesses. It suggests that teachers be trained to present their lessons in a wide variety of ways using music, cooperative learning, art activities, role play, multimedia, field trips, inner reflection, and much more (see Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th ed.). The good news is that the theory of multiple intelligences has grabbed the.
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out of 5 stars Outstanding Resource For Teachers and Parents Reviewed in the United States on June 6, This book is probably the best book I have ever come across that quickly taught me the concept of Multiple Intelligences and also demonstrated very practical, yet educationally sound methods of implementing the theory into my classroom Cited by: 6.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Offutt, Elizabeth Rhodes. Elementary teacher's guide to multiple intelligences.
Torrance, CA: Good Apple, © This book is probably the best book I have ever come across that quickly taught me the concept of Multiple Intelligences and also demonstrated very practical, yet educationally sound methods of implementing the theory into my classroom the same day.5/5.
Additionally, multiple intelligences theory can help teachers see cognitive abilities in a way that better aligns with science than traditional intelligence tests.
Even four- and five-year-olds display strengths and weaknesses within different types of intelligence that function independently.. 1] The Multiple Intelligences Institute is a private organization led by leading educators in the field of Multiple Intelligences.
They conduct online certification courses for Multiple Intelligences in Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle & High School Education. Confuse multiple intelligences with learning styles: A popular misconception is that learning styles is a useful classroom application of multiple intelligences theory.
“This notion is incoherent,” argues Gardner. We read and process spatial information with our eyes, but reading and processing require different types of intelligence. These theoretical multiple intelligences gave rise to the idea of learning styles that serve each of those intelligences.
Because the brain works this way, we might consider designing learning experiences that way. Unfortunately, for many this sounds a lot like research-based excuse-making, where a “Kinesthetic” learner “can’t learn.
School District in upstate New York, for encouraging me to write a book for teachers on multiple intelligences and for providing me with the opportu-nity to work with several school districts in the Rochester, New York, area.
Over a period of four years in those districts, I tried out many of the ideas in this book. The theory of multiple intelligences is so intriguing because it expands our horizon of available teaching and learning tools beyond the conventional linguistic and logical methods used in most schools (e.g.
lecture, textbooks, writing assignments, formulas, etc.). Multiple Intelligences. Multiple Intelligences - Teacher´s guide Level: advanced Age: Downloads: 36 Solutions and Activities promoting the MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES Level: elementary Age: Downloads: 35 Multiple Intelligences Test Level: intermediate Age: Downloads: 33 Multiple Intelligences Test Level: intermediate.
The real problem in these cases is a misunderstanding of how multiple intelligences create opportunities for growth. What students gain from the multiple intelligences theory. Learning about Gardner’s nine types of intelligence helps students start to see they each have a unique set of capabilities and skills.
This book presents a general introduction to Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences and its application in the classroom, focusing on a grades literature curriculum, designed to. These websites have free assessments of, and strategies for, teaching students with a wide variety of multiple intelligences.
Multiple intelligences, as described by Howard Gardner, are the unique learning strengths each person possesses. It is easiest for students to learn and show what they've learned when they use their "strongest.
Multiple Intelligences in the Elementary Classroom (A Teachers Toolkit). Multiple Intelligences in the Elementary Classroom: A Teacher's Toolkit PUBLISHED: AUTHORS: Susan Baum, Julie Viens, Barbara Slatin.
Resource Summary. This book will help teachers design effective curricula for their students with diverse learning abilities. The authors have created a guided process to apply MI theory to the elementary.
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Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory states that a person may excel in one or two fields, has moderate skills in three, and is weak in one or two types of intelligences. Gardner’s discovery has proven to be a great help for educators and psychologists to better understand the.
Can you summarize “multiple intelligences’ (MI) theory briefly. I developed MI theory in the late s and early s. In doing so, I drew on evidence from a wide variety of sources, disciplines, and research tradition. I presented the theory for the first time inin my book Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences.
This book will help teachers design effective curriculum for their students with diverse learning abilities. The authors have created a guided process to apply MI theory to the elementary school classroom.
The five “pathways” or approaches examined—Exploration, Bridging, Understanding, Authentic Problems, and Talent Development—represent the ways in which MI can be implemented. As Sulaiman, Abdurahman, and Abdurahim () asserted, “Multiple intelligences theory provides a platform and guidance to teachers to use integrated strategies and instructional activities to cater to the different needs of students in terms of intelligence profiles, learning styles and leaning preferences.” In addition, “the awareness.
In his book, Seven Ways of Knowing: Teaching for Multiple Intelligences, Lazear describes the “intellectual profile” as indicating students’ strengths and weaknesses and therefore instrumental in guiding teachers.
“A profile would show ways to develop the fullest intelligence capacities possible within the individual.Howard Gardner, in his re-released book Frames of Mind, confirmed the theory that there are Multiple Intelligences (MI).
But, sadly, most of our schools are not fully set up to take advantage of each intelligence since universally schools focus on growing linguistic and mathematical intelligences.Through this workshop, we expect: The elementary teachers will sense and conceiving the student's ability which differ from one to another and maximize each student's ability.
- Improve the teacher's capability in teaching by applying multiple intelligence theory.