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Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
Multiple intelligence power point[1]
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  • 1. Howard Gardner
  • 2.
    • Multiple Intelligence Theory expands our definition of intelligence.
    • There are seven original domains of learning or intelligences.
    • There has been other intelligences mentioned since the original.
  • 3.
    • The MI Theory is a set of abilities, talents, or mental skills.
    • All humans have some of each intelligence to some extent.
  • 4.
    • Each persons intelligences are a unique combination.
    • The domains of learning or intelligences range from a more traditional type of intelligence to a more forward thinking intelligences.
  • 5.
    • The Original Seven Intelligences
    • Logic – Mathematical Intelligence
    • Linguistic Intelligence
    • Musical Intelligence
    • Spatial Intelligence
    • Bodily – Kinesthetic Intelligence
    • Interpersonal Intelligence
    • Intrapersonal Intelligence
    • Naturalist Intelligence
  • 6.
    • Pros
      • All students will be seen as successful.
      • All different talents of students will be appreciated.
      • A variety of instructional practices are used.
      • Lessons are planned with more thought.
      • Meets individual needs better.
    • Cons
      • More time is needed for lessons.
      • Assessing students' learning could be cumbersome.
      • Uniting a staff would be difficult.
      • More supplies would be needed.
  • 7.
    • While each student has some of each intelligence, they will not excel at each.
    • It is important to make sure that each intelligence is being taught.
  • 8.
    • In the Multiple Intelligence theory there are four key points that are important to remember when using this theory in practice.
    • Each person possesses all seven intelligences.
    • Most people can develop each intelligence to an adequate level of competency.
    • Intelligences usually work together in complex ways.
    • There are many ways to be intelligent within each category.
  • 9.
    • Each individual can be intelligent in their own way.
    • Each human can have a special talent or intelligence that makes them unique and special.
    • This theory opened peoples eyes to the short comings of the IQ tests and many other similar assessments.
  • 10. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory
      • Teacher centered
    • Quantative learning goals
    • Based on “moldable” learners and social interactions
    • Self-actualization is required for success
    • Close monitoring and immediate feedback
    • An intelligent person behaves as a “traditional” student might .
    • Components of Instruction
      • Attentional Processes
      • Motivation
      • Modeling
      • Retention
      • Transfer
      • Student Centered
    • Quality-based learning goals
    • Looks at learners as individuals who can show learning in many ways
    • Defines an intelligent person in many different ways (according to the intelligences)
    • Components of Instruction
      • O Intrapersonal
      • oInterpersonal
      • oSpatial
      • oLogical- Mathematical
      • oNatural
      • oLinguistics
      • oKinesthetic (Bodily)
      • oMusical
    Activation by prior knowledge
  • 11.
    • Gardner, Howard (2006,). Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice. http://books.google.com/books?id=qEEC8lyAwWoC&printsec=frontcov er&dq=multiple+intelligence+theory&hl=en&ei=RVaCTrjrLYPMgQeGtsw 6&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAQ#v =onepage&q=multiple%20intelligence%20theory&f=false
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    • Armstrong, Thomas (1994). Multiple Intelligence In the Classroom

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