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Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
Phillip final proj seminar presentation synchronous activity
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  • 1. Howard Gardner’s: Theory of Multiple Intelligences ED333: Unit 5 Seminar Instructor: Phillip Collazo
  • 2. Our Seminar Tonight Will…
    • Highlight major concepts from Smith (2008)
    • Pose some ‘Food for Thought’ questions
    • Assign groups to each student
    • Discuss Unit 5: Group Project Guidelines and Expectations
    • Answer any outstanding questions concerning the Group Project
  • 3. Food-for-Thought Question (Follow-up to Learning Activity)
    • You have just purchased a new desk. Your furniture comes in a box, containing about a million pieces that need to be assembled. The instructions are formatted as follows:
    • A written (textual) list of step-by-step instructions
    • Pictures (w/o text) illustrating the instructions
    • A DVD demonstrating the construction (beginning to end)
    • A phone-call in which steps for construction are described
    • A Guided in-person demonstration (w/o talking)
    • Which set of instructions would be the most helpful to you? Why?
  • 4. Highlights from the Smith (2008) article…
    • Gardner challenged Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development , as well as the accepted belief that “intelligence is a single entity” (p. 2).
    • Gardner viewed intelligence as “the capacity to solve or fashion problems valued in one or more cultural settings” (p. 3).
    • In general, intelligence must include “the ability to resolve genuine problems or difficulties” (p. 4).
  • 5. Highlights from Smith (2008) continued…
    • Initially, Gardner (1983) identified a list of 7 intelligences: Linguistic, Logical, Musical, Kinesthetic, Spatial, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal (p. 4).
    • The list was updated (1999) to include Naturalist and Spiritual Intelligences (p. 6).
    • Gardner proposed that “people have a unique blend of intelligences” (p. 5).
    • This theory “helps us to understand the conditions within which education takes place” (p. 5).
  • 6. Gardner’s Categories of Intelligences This list omits one of Gardner’s categories. Can you identify which one is missing?
  • 7. Highlights from Smith (2008) continued…
    • Critics of the theory (including Gardner himself) caution that an element of subjective judgement makes identifying and measuring the individual intelligences difficult (p. 9).
    • Gardner insisted that “students must have extended opportunities to work on a topic” (p. 6).
    • Gardner proposed that “seven kinds of intelligence would allow seven ways to teach, rather than one” (p. 5).
  • 8. The Unit 5: Group Project (A printable “Group Project Guideline” can be retrieved from Docsharing) ) )
    • Your group’s objective for this project is to develop a school-aged multi-sensory learning activity incorporating Gardner’s categories of intelligences.
    • Each group will have four students.
    • Each student will be responsible for using one of Gardner’s categories to plan their part of the lesson.
    • As a group, you will decide the subject, age-group, and specific lesson you wish to teach.
  • 9. The Unit 5: Group Project (cont.)
    • Each group will be assigned a page in our Class Wiki to use to develop your ideas, select your topic, and plan individual categories.
    • Remember to participate in your group discussion early and often, as this project involves multiple steps.
    • In addition to developing category specific lessons, members will be assigned the following roles within the group:
    • Leader : Establishes time table, steers group’s discussion.
    • Motivator : Encourages regular participation, coordinates topics.
    • Reporter 1 & 2 : Formats final responses into one cohesive group project.
    • All group members are responsible for writing their own part of the lesson, as well as participating in each part of the development process!
  • 10. The Unit 5: Group Project (cont.)
    • Individual Lesson Plans should follow the standard format including: Objective, Procedure, Materials, and Assessment.
    • Lesson plans should include both traditional and technological elements.
    • You can visit http://surfaquarium.com/MI/intelligences.htm for ideas concerning activities and games focused on MI.
    • For a description of MI categories, videos, and supplemental materials for teachers visit http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/mi/demonstration.html
  • 11. The Unit 5: Group Project (cont.)
    • Remember to support your proposed lessons!
    • Activities should be practical, and CREATIVE!
    • In the Class Wiki (under Unit 5), you will find a page for each group. Group Leaders, divide the page to create a section for discussion, drafting and then final project.
    • Complete projects are due no later than midnight on day 7.
    • Feel free to email me with any additional questions or concerns.

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