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Multiple intelligences

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Multiple intelligences

  1. 1. Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner
  2. 2. Topics• Brief MI theory• Types of MI• Educational application• Test yourself
  3. 3. What do you define ‘intelligence’?
  4. 4. Multiple Intelligences• It is not necessary that a particular aptitude in one intelligence will not be necessarily demonstrated a comparable aptitude in another intelligence.• Intelligences and skills can be developed in diverse ways through relevant experiences.
  5. 5. Criteria for identification of an intelligence
  6. 6. Criteria for identification of an intelligence
  7. 7. 9 intelligences
  8. 8. 9 intelligencesExistential An ability to reflect an individual’s capacity for considering ‘big questions’ about life, death, love, and being.
  9. 9. MI’s concept• Individuals do demonstrate variation in their levels of strength and weakness across the intelligences.• All individuals possess the full range of intelligences.• No one precisely shows the same profile of intellectual strengths and weaknesses.
  10. 10. MI in education• How does the theory contribute to education?• How can MI be applied in the curriculum?
  11. 11. Integrating curricula with MI - Fogarty, R. 2008• 10 models suggested• How to apply as MI in a curriculum as thematic and threaded approaches.
  12. 12. Theme
  13. 13. Theme• Tandem model – integration of two basic models as webbed and threaded
  14. 14. Thread• Combine life skills into standard subject content as enduring learnings, thinking skills, habits of mind, reading skills, social skills, organizing skills, multiple intelligences, artistic skills, and technological skills.
  15. 15. Tandems: webbed theme/threaded life skills• P.162 fig 4.20
  16. 16. Assessment
  17. 17. MI vs. LS• P. 191
  18. 18. References• Gardner, H. Multiple Intelligences. http://howardgardner.com/• Fogarty, R. 2008. Integrating Curricula with Multiple Intelligences. Corwin Press.
  19. 19. Test yourself• Work on handout to find out your intelligences’ strengths and weaknesses• samples of ways to experience learning and activities which suit you.• http://www.bgfl.org/custom/resources_ftp/c lient_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/what.cfm

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