Czarnowski theorists

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Czarnowski theorists

  1. 1.  Developed by Howard Gardner in 1984. Concluded that people use eight different kinds of intelligence. Different intelligences are more dominant in some people than others.
  2. 2. 1. Linguistic-verbal- Enjoys reading and writing. Ease with language problems.2. Logical-mathematical- Enjoys inductive and deductive reasoning. Ease with numbers, inferring, and making generalizations.3. Spatial-visual- Enjoys drawing and designing. Ease with visualizing objects and dimensions.4. Body-kinesthetic- Ability to use the body to express feelings and ideas.5. Musical- Enjoys learning through rhythm and melody. Ease with recognizing patterns and sounds.6. Interpersonal- Ability to communicate with others effectively. Understands other’s behavior.
  3. 3. 7. Intrapersonal- Aware of one’s goals, emotions, and knowledge.8. Naturalist- Aware of the natural world around them. Ability to identify with nature.
  4. 4. Erica Haywood. Multiple Intelligences. 2002. Photograph.expectumf.umf.maine.edu, Maine. Web. 14 Apr 2012.<http://expectumf.umf.maine.edu/mihome.html>.
  5. 5. o Verbal-linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligences are the most frequently addressed in classrooms.o Teachers can use technology to accommodate visual-spatial, musical-rhythmic, verbal-linguistic, and interpersonal. (videos/movies, playing music, power points, allowing students to record interviews with people, students working together to create videos demonstrating knowledge of a subject)o Teachers can accommodate verbal-linguistic, logical- mathematical, bodily-kinesthetic, visual-spatial, interpersonal, and intrapersonal learning styles without technology. (lecture, Socratic tutorials, self-reflection journals, hands on materials, group work, presentations)
  6. 6. o Students must understand what their most dominant type of intelligence is.o Once a student understands their type of intelligence, they can alter their study habits to better suit them.o Verbal-linguistic might benefit from reading their notes aloud.o Logical-mathematic might benefit from making a chart of their notes and studying it.o Bodily-kinesthetic might benefit from putting what they learned into use.o Visual-spatial learners might benefit from using symbols and keys in their notes.
  7. 7. o Musical-rhythmic students might benefit from creating mnemonic devices and signing them back.o Interpersonal learners might benefit from teaching what they learned to another student.o Intrapersonal learners can relate the material to themselves to make it personal.o Naturalists might benefit from thinking about how the material can help the environment.
  8. 8. o It’s important to understand the different intelligences.o Students will get more out of the course if different intelligences are taught to.o It’s important to adjust lessons to fit the different learning styles of the class.
  9. 9. o Multiple Intelligences (Part 1): How Many Do You Have?. 2012. Photograph. onlinelearningtips.como Learning Theories Knowledgebase (2012, April). Multiple Intelligences Theory (Gardner) at Learning-Theories.com. Retrieved April 16th, 2012 from http://www.learning- theories.com/gardners-multiple-intelligences-theory.htmlo Laughlin,D. (2008, September 19). Lecture presented in VADE. Danville Community College.o

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