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  • 1. DIFFERENTIATED LEARNING USING TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY TOOLS TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD’S LEARNING BASED ON THE THEORY OF “MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES”. By Mrs. Ariana Linger – Learning Support Program Mrs. Rosselyn Porras – Educational Technology Coordinator March 13th, 2013
  • 2. Table of Content • Introduction • Multiple Intelligences – – – – – – – – Verbal-linguistic Logical-Mathematical Visual-Spatial Bodily-Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist • Conclusion
  • 3. Today we will… • Explain briefly the 8 different types of intelligences based on the theory of Howard Gardner. • Show a few technology tools that your child can use to tap into their strengths.
  • 4. What is Multiple Intelligence? It is…. • All intelligences are cognitive abilities. It’s not… • A way to quantify any of the 8 kinds of intelligences. • High intellectual potential in • May choose to be artist (i.e. bodily-kinesthetic sphere not necessarily dancer.) • It’s not about to find out • A way to empower learning what they (children) have or lack, rather
  • 5. Verbal -Linguistic
  • 6. Strengths They love… • Understand words and language very well • Hearing stories - Oral or even on tape/CD • Debating and discussing various issues • Writing poems, short stories • Playing word games- Scrabble • Public speaking about issues • Reading aloud. • well developed vocabularies • Can learn the complex rules of language quickly • Use language to remember and think • Can express themselves very well in both oral and written forms They learn about… Gravity with the story of an apple falling on Newton. Geography “hello” “good bye” in several languages History describing the changes in clothing since the early 20th century.
  • 7. Verbal Linguistic Technology Tools •Productivity Tools: Word Processor, Google Docs •Create poems, stories, articles: Pixton, story jumper •Create podcasts: Audacity •Social Network: Google talk (chat), Gmail (email), kidblog, blogger (Blogging), librofilia (forum) •Read and Search: Google, boolify, famhoo, kidrex.org •Encyclopedia/Dictionary: Grolier (encyclopedia), ninjawords.com (dictionary), •Ebooks: Kindle (read.amazon.com), Ms Linger site, and kno. • Pixton - is an online user-generated comic strip. Without having to draw, people of all ages can share their ideas, opinions, and stories publishing them instantly to a worldwide web audience.
  • 8. Logical - Mathematical
  • 9. They love… Strengths • Find order in complex situations classify, sequence, find patterns. • Problem solving through logical breakdown and analysis. • Easily manipulate numbers. • Identify cause and effect. • Solving logical and mathematical puzzles. • Research projects - collecting statistics and analyzing them. Measurements and surveys. • Complex scientific and mathematical theories. • Experiment to discover cause and effect. • Classify various objects using diagrams. • Using abstract symbols and formulas. • Any type of calculation. They enjoy learning about… • Geography with statistics. • History using timelines and calculate time span between historical events.
  • 10. Logical-Mathematical Technology Tools Productivity Tools Google Docs, Spreadsheets Webquests Zunal.com Math Tools Kahn Academy, IXL Charts Excel • • • • • • • • • Organizational tools (calendars), Calculations tools (spreadsheets) Science and math software, Statistics, graphing calculator, Multimedia, videotape (experiments, demonstrations, data gathering) Animation (demonstrate an experiment) Presentations (PowerPoint, Prezi) Online Data Collection (Forms), Critical Thinking Software. • IXL - is a website which covers over 2,000 skills through an infinite number of computer generated questions, students can never run out of new questions to try. They are free to practice each skill until they have truly mastered it.
  • 11. Visual-Spatial
  • 12. Strengths They love… • Use shapes and objects • Draw and paint • Play with colors • Touch and feel things • Active imaginations (may appear to be day dreaming). • Take things apart to see what they look like inside • Seeing models of how things work • Express themselves by creating/drawing physical forms. • Creating objects with their own hands • Going to museums to see exhibits • Visualize things in their minds. • Manipulate objects in their minds+ analyze the impact of changes • Move around as part of learning process (may not be able to sit still). Learning about… • Geography by building a model of a mountain using cardboard, paper, different colors, clay etc., complete with rocks, trees and vegetation. • "Paint a picture“, Imagine the environment or the objects as they read or learn about them.
  • 13. Visual-Spatial Technology Tools Modeling Google Sketchup Image Editor picmonkey Visual Timelines timetoast Mindmaps popplet Charts Excel Posters Glogster • • • • • • • • • Photo sharing comics, puzzles, draw programs, paint programs, timeline, 3D software, map making, scrapbooking, match pictures to vocabulary, board games, digital Camera, Concept Mapping. • Popplet is a very easy to use tool that allows students create a wall of multimedia stick notes that they can share with. Students can insert pictures, videos, text and be creative with colors, styles and ideas.
  • 14. Bodily-Kinesthetic
  • 15. Strengths • Respond very well to physical stimulus. • Excellent physical skills - gross motor skills + fine motor skills • Great flexibility and agility • Hands are very dexterous • Tend to move around as part of their learning process (may not be able to sit still). They love… • Science experiments/Gardening. • Participating in dramas/Dancing. • Physical activities like climbing, rolling, jumping, crawling. • Outdoor activities like climbing a hill, hikes, walks . • Activities where they move about in a large physical space. They learn by… • Role play – i.e. science concepts - From caterpillar to cocoon to butterfly. • Using hands to measure (length, width, area, volumes).
  • 16. Bodily-Kinesthetic Technology Tools •Puzzles:jigsawplanet.com •Video Editing: animoto, youtube EDU •Build: Lego •Digital Video Camera •Virtual Tour: 3DVista.com • • • • • • • • Keyboarding, mouse, mimio vote, microscopes, video production,animation, claymation, virtual field trip, robotics, digital still and video cameras, • virtual worlds. • Jigsawplanet.com Create jigsaw puzzles from your images, collect, exhibit and share them with your family, friends or teachers.
  • 17. Musical
  • 18. Strengths They love… • Pick up on nuances very easily. • Attracted to interesting sounds and music. • Internalize and absorb information in patterns and rhythms. • Listening to music. • Singing songs, and rhymes. • • Identify rhythms and patterns in virtually everything. Working with numbers and number theory as they grow up. • Learning languages and grammar. • Learning, ciphering and deciphering codes and symbols. They enjoy learning about • Rocks by looking for the patterns in rock formations, river meanderings.. • Equations by singing each operation aloud • Historical events by making up songs abut them
  • 19. Musical Technology Tools • Sound Editor:Audacity • Learning through hip-hop: http://www.flocabulary.com • Recording: Present.me • Video and audio recorders, • sound and music files, music clips, • animation (Macromedia Flash), • music composition software, • interactive books with audio elements. • Present.me: is a web presentation tool, in which you upload your powerpoint but record yourself in video or audio presenting your slides. • Flocabulary:
  • 20. Interpersonal
  • 21. They love… Strengths Working with other children, especially younger. • • Meeting and getting information from various people. Collaborative activities. • Talking about themselves or what they do, with other people. • • Like being with people + relate very well. • Helping others – volunteering. • Interacting with family. • Monitoring "rules" and "practices" in the household. • Working in teams • Can lead • Concern and empathy for others • Very persuasive arguments They enjoy learning by… • Role play about various astronomers to explain how planetary theory evolved around earth to around the sun. • • Working with a partner: explain the lessons to each other. write dialogues between various classes of people in ancient times - "farmers talking to landlords”.
  • 22. Interpersonal Technology Tools • • • • Connecting Globally: Skype, ePals, Blogging: Edublog, kidblog Forum: Edmodo Micro blogging: Twitter • Blogs, email projects, • chat, word processing, forums, • discussions, video and teleconferencing, • collaborative games, • Group presentation, • peer tutoring, • virtual worlds. • Epals.com - is a way to connect with other classrooms around the world. • Our world is globalized, we have access to tons of information. Information that is provided from around the globe. We have almost immediate access to information, just a click or tap away. Globalization contributes to our knowledge and experiences.
  • 23. Intrapersonal
  • 24. Strengths They love… • Recognize own strengths /weaknesses. • Games that a single player. can play - puzzles, spot the differences, etc. • Show confidence, willing to follow own instincts. • Brain teasers, riddles etc. • Self-starters, can work independently (set goals). • Very good at reflecting + analyzing => need time to achieve this. • Notebooks - for writing journals. • Photo albums - to collect photos. • Camera/camcorder - to record their visual observations. • Mathematical puzzles. • Great sense of fairness
  • 25. Intrapersonal Technology Tools • • • • • Concept maps Internet research Word Processing Multimedia Portfolio:dropr.com Blogs • Evernote: Help you remember and act upon ideas, projects and experiences across all the computers, phones and tablets you use.
  • 26. Naturalist
  • 27. Strengths • Identify with nature and living organisms. • Find patterns and attributes across a variety of organisms • Collecting and organizing items • A keen eye for detail They love…. • Magnifying glass/Telescope Microscope • Reference books about birds, insects, animals, plants, flowers. • History books • Scrapbooks, labels, glue, scissors etc., for organizing collections They enjoy learning by • • Distinguish between similar items , find small differences • • Finding mathematical influences in nature – i.e. the various geometries in natural formations. Connecting concepts to nature ( energy to solar power ; organic chemistry to plastics and their impact to earth…) How government policies have impacted nature (history)
  • 28. Naturalist Technology Tools • • • • • Audio and Video Cameras – Record natural World, field trips. Word Processing: Journaling, natural information. Use microscopes and probes – nature up close. GPS Virtual Tour: NASA.gov • National geographic for Kids
  • 29. Conclusion
  • 30. Exit Ticket http://padlet.com/wall/t025jjzckn
  • 31. Resources • Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology: Second Edition. ISTE Publication • Integration Evidences – Tech Hub https://sites.google.com/a/ans.edu.ni/edtech/home • MS Technology Website http://ansmstech.weebly.com/ • http://www.parentree.in
  • 32. QUESTIONS?