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    • Multiple Means of Teaching
      by Sonya Price
      5/17/2010
    • Give Students Choices
      OR provide a variety of activities based on how to help students best retain the information.
      Give students something to “DO”.
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      Multiple Intelligences (Gardner)
      Word Smart
      Logic/Math Smart
      Body Smart
      Nature Smart
      Arts/Space Smart
      Music Smart
      People Smart
      Self Smart
    • Body Smart:
      If they’re body smart, use bodily/kinesthetic activities
      Booklet learning/organizing info
      Act out a role
      Perform a skit or play
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    • Visual/Spatial Smart:
      Make a graphic organizer
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    • http://mywebspiration.com/
      Free online account!
      5/15/2010
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    • Moving on…
      KWL—When beginning a new unit of study, use a KWL chart to see what students Know, Want to Know, and Learn
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    • Bloom’s Taxonomy
      Varying your level of questioning
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    • Cooperative Learning
      Think-Pair-Share Activity
      “Think” What do you think are the best ways to engage students in their learning? Write a little bit down.
      “Pair” Get in groups of two and
      discuss what you thought about.
      “Share” One person from the
      group of two share what was
      said in the pairing
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