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The Theory of Multiple Intelligences Dr. developed the multiple intelligence theory in 1983. His purpose was to reveal eight different learning styles to unfold the broad range of human potential. a professor at Harvard. . Howard Gardner.
Main Menu Types of intelligences What are my strongest intelligences? (web quiz) True Colors Teaching to the multiple intelligences Activity .
perceives and produces mental imagery .Multiple Intelligences Linguistic intelligence Strong ability to use language and words in learning Logical-mathematical intelligence Utilizes inductive and deductive thinking skills and reasoning with the use of numbers Visual-spatial intelligence Learns by seeing and observing.
Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence Ability to unite body and mind. ability to control physical motion Musical intelligence Strong skills in recognizing tonal sounds and patterns or rhythms and beats Interpersonal intelligence Strong communication and people skills .Intelligences Cont.
Intrapersonal intelligence High levels of self awareness and self reflection Naturalist intelligence Interested and enthusiastic about human and natural environments .Intelligences cont.
org/products/cp_99_e/section1/ quiz.cfm Return to Menu .What are my Intelligences? You must be curious. take the following link to a multiple intelligence quiz to reveal your own learning strengths! http://www.careerccc.
How can you use M. I. in the classroom? VerbalLinguistic Discussion (class or small group) Debate (material covered in class) Writing Assignments (stories or essays) .
LogicalMathematical Patterns (notice underlying patterns) Graphs (pictorial documentation of data) Statistics Experiments and Laboratories .M. I. in the classroom cont.
in the classroom cont. Visual-Spatial Diagrams Concept Mapping (links learned material through a visual aide) Board/Card Games Visual Arts (drawing. or collage) . I. painting.M.
M. in the classroom cont. I. BodilyKinesthetic Role-Play (act out a situation) Field Trip Construction (make something) Games/Sports .
in the classroom cont. Musical Listening to Music (beginning or during class) that increases material retention) Songs (relating to content Instruments Composing (writing lyrics or music) . I.M.
M. Intrapersonal Journaling Keeping records of activities. I. and learning experiences Relate world issues to personal values . progress. in the classroom cont.
Interpersonal Group Work Collaboration Projects Peer Tutoring Discussions . in the classroom cont. I.M.
I. Naturalistic Class Garden Housing/Landscaping Walking Tours Wildlife Viewing Return to Menu . in the classroom cont.M.
This could be incorporated in a textiles unit.Tie dying accommodates many of the Multiple Intelligences.choosing your designs (geometric) Visual.read the directions Logical.color and pattern combination Kinesthetic. Verbal.using natural fabrics and experiment with natural dying processes Return to Menu .hands-on tying and dying Naturalistic.
true colors outlines strengths and preferences in individuals that may influence career choices and success. . Based on behavior styles.True colors is yet another way to address different learning styles in the classroom.
truecolorscareer.asp Resources for teachers and the classroom can be purchased at http://www.What color am I? To learn more about true colors visit the following link to take a free colors quiz. http://www.com Return to Menu .com/quiz.truecolorscareer.