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Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
Multiple intelligences
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Multiple intelligences
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Multiple intelligences

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  • 1. BNU Master of Education 2010 – 11 Principles of Teaching and LearningTopic: Multiple Intelligences&amp;Universal Design For Learning<br />Presented by <br />Hadees Zahra &amp; ShahlaChaudhri<br />(hadeeszahra@yahoo.com) (shellfiq@hotmail.com)<br />
  • 2. Multiple Intelligences&amp;Universal Design For Learning<br />
  • 3. Objectives<br />Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences<br />Gardner’s eight domains of intelligences<br />What is UDL?<br />In the UDL classroom, you will see:<br />Multiple Intelligences Vs Universal Design for Learning <br />How to use Multiple Intelligences in school<br />A TYPICAL MI CLASSROOM has:<br />Sternberg’s triarchic of intelligence<br />MI – issues and problems<br />Conclusion<br />Works Cited <br />
  • 4. Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences <br /><ul><li>the traditional notion of intelligence, based on I.Q. testing, is far too limited
  • 5. Gardner’s eight domains of intelligences
  • 6. In 1999, two more domains spiritual&amp; existential intelligences</li></li></ul><li>Gardner’s eight domains of intelligences<br />
  • 7. What is UDL?<br />In today’s classroom, diversity is more and more prevalent each and every day. Classroom teachers face the following challenges in education:<br /> English language barriers<br /> Behavior and emotional problems<br /> Lack of interest in education<br /> Sensory, physical, or learning disabilities<br />
  • 8. <ul><li>Set of principle in the curriculum
  • 9. Meeting individual needs
  • 10. One size does not fit all (CAST, 2009).
  • 11. Interest to learning&apos;s resembles DNA &amp; finger prints
  • 12. A blueprint for creating flexible goals, materials assessments and approaches to ensure the success of any type of learner.</li></ul>UDL recommends<br />
  • 13. In the UDL classroom, you will see:<br />multiple methods to solve any problem<br />information presented in multiple mediums<br />alternate assessments to demonstrate new learning<br />goal setting appropriate to each learner<br />materials that meet the needs each learner<br />student-centered learning <br />
  • 14. Multiple Intelligences Vs Universal Design for Learning <br />
  • 15. How to use Multiple Intelligences in school <br /><ul><li>Attend to all intelligences not just the traditional valued too
  • 16. Students need to have extended opportunities to work on a topic
  • 17. Develop flexible programmes </li></ul>Multiple means of assessments <br /><ul><li>Acting on the belief that diverse students can learn and succeed
  • 18. Reflect on what worked, what didn’t and rework it for next time. </li></li></ul><li>A TYPICAL MI CLASSROOM has: <br /><ul><li>engaged students
  • 19. choices
  • 20. portfolios for all students for all subjects
  • 21. art centers
  • 22. technology
  • 23. co-teaching and collaboration
  • 24. dioramas, projects, and multi-media presentations </li></li></ul><li>Sternberg’s triarchic of intelligence<br />Analytic (thinking)<br />Creative (responding to new experiences)<br />Practical (coping with everyday situation)<br />
  • 25. MI – issues and problems<br />Are the criteria Gardner’s employs adequate?<br />Does Gardner’s conceptualization of intelligence hold together?<br /> Is there sufficient empirical evidence to support Gardner’s conceptualization ?<br />
  • 26. Conclusion<br />utility in education<br />educators dominant discourses of skilling , curriculum and testing<br />Mindy Kornhaber’s project SUMIT <br />significant gains in SAT<br />metaphor of Compass points<br />markers (culture,readiness,tool,collaboration,<br /> choice and art)<br />
  • 27. Works Cited <br /><ul><li>http://www.thomasarmstrong.com/multiple_intelligences.htm
  • 28. http://www.education-world.com/a_curr/curr054.shtml
  • 29. http://naungancinta.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/multiple_intelligences_diagram.jpg
  • 30. http://www.pz.harvard.edu/Research/MISchool.htm http://www.cast.org/research/udl/index.html</li>

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