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									                           Bloom's Taxonomy Review
The Levels are:

Knowledge
Rote memory skills (facts, terms, procedures, classification systems)

Comprehension
The ability to translate, paraphase, interpret or extrapolate material.

Application
The capacity to transfer knowledge from one setting to another.

Analysis
The ability to discover and differentiate the component parts of a larger whole.

Synthesis
The ability to weave component parts into a coherent whole.

Evaluation
The ability to judge the value or use of information using a set of standards.

From:
"Gigglepotz." Blooms Taxonomy. 2006. Gigglepotz. 21 Sep 2006
<http://www.gigglepotz.com/miblooms.htm>.
                              Multiple Intelligences Review
   Intelligence Area          Is strong in:                   Likes to:       Learns best through:
Verbal-Linguistic      reading, writing, telling     read, write, talk,     reading, hearing and
                       stories, memorizing           memorize, work at      seeing words, speaking,
                       dates, thinking in words.     puzzles.               writing, discussing and
                                                                            debating.
Math-Logic             math, reasoning, logic,    solve problems, question, working with patterns
                       problem-solving, patterns. work with numbers,        and relationships,
                                                  experiment.               classifying, categorizing,
                                                                            working with the abstract.

Spatial                reading, maps, charts,        design, draw, build,      working with pictures and
                       drawing, mazes, puzzles,      create, daydream, look at colors, visualizing,
                       imagining things, and         pictures.                 drawing.
                       visualization.
Bodily- Kinesthetic    athletics, dancing, acting,   move around, touch and     touching, moving,
                       crafts, using tools.          talk, body language.       processing knowledge
                                                                                through bodily sensations.

Musical                singing, picking up           sing, hum, play an         rhythm, melody, singing,
                       sounds, remembering           instrument, listen to      listening to music and
                       melodies, rhythms.            music.                     melodies.
Interpersonal          understanding people,         have friends, talk to      sharing, comparing,
                       leading, organizing,          people, join groups.       relating, interviewing,
                       communicating, resolving                                 cooperating.
                       conflicts, selling.

Intrapersonal          understanding self,        work alone, reflect,          working alone, doing self-
                       recognizing strengths &    pursue interests.             paced projects, having
                       weaknesses, setting goals.                               space, reflecting.

Naturalist             understanding nature,         be involved with nature,   working in nature,
                       making distinctions,          make distinctions.         exploring things, learning
                       identifying flora and                                    about plants and natural
                       fauna.                                                   events.

Adapted From:
"Gigglepotz." 8 Ways of Being Smart. 2006. Gigglepotz. 21 Sep 2006
<http://www.gigglepotz.com/mi8.htm>.
                                  8 Ways of Being Smart
Verbal-Linguistic
          Is strong in: reading, writing, telling stories, memorizing dates, thinking in words.
              Likes to: read, write, talk, memorize, work at puzzles.
 Learns best through: reading, hearing and seeing words, speaking, writing, discussing and
                        debating.

Math-Logic
         Is strong in: math, reasoning, logic, problem-solving, patterns.
             Likes to: solve problems, question, work with numbers, experiment.
 Learns best through: working with patterns and relationships, classifying, categorizing, working
                       with the abstract.

Spatial
         Is strong in: reading, maps, charts, drawing, mazes, puzzles, imagining things, and
                       visualization.
             Likes to: design, draw, build, create, daydream, look at pictures.
 Learns best through: working with pictures and colors, visualizing, drawing.

Bodily- Kinesthetic
          Is strong in: athletics, dancing, acting, crafts, using tools.
              Likes to: move around, touch and talk, body language.
 Learns best through: touching, moving, processing knowledge through bodily sensations.

Musical
         Is strong in: singing, picking up sounds, remembering melodies, rhythms.
             Likes to: sing, hum, play an instrument, listen to music.
 Learns best through: rhythm, melody, singing, listening to music and melodies.

Interpersonal
         Is strong in: understanding people, leading, organizing, communicating, resolving
                       conflicts, selling.
             Likes to: have friends, talk to people, join groups.
 Learns best through: sharing, comparing, relating, interviewing, cooperating.

Intrapersonal
         Is strong in: understanding self, recognizing strengths & weaknesses, setting goals.
             Likes to: work alone, reflect, pursue interests.
 Learns best through: working alone, doing self-paced projects, having space, reflecting.

Naturalist
         Is strong in: understanding nature, making distinctions, identifying flora and fauna.
             Likes to: be involved with nature, make distinctions.
 Learns best through: working in nature, exploring things, learning about plants and natural
                       events.

Adapted From:
"Gigglepotz." Eight Ways of Being Smart. 2006. Gigglepotz. 21 Sep 2006
<http://www.gigglepotz.com/mi8.htm>.
                                Bloom's Taxonomy Review
The Levels are:
Knowledge
Rote memory skills (facts, terms, procedures, classification systems)
Comprehension
The ability to translate, paraphase, interpret or extrapolate material.
Application
The capacity to transfer knowledge from one setting to another.
Analysis
The ability to discover and differentiate the component parts of a larger whole.
Synthesis
The ability to weave component parts into a coherent whole.
Evaluation
The ability to judge the value or use of information using a set of standards.


                               Multiple Intelligences Review
   Intelligence Area          Is strong in:                   Likes to:       Learns best through:
Verbal-Linguistic      reading, writing, telling     read, write, talk,     reading, hearing and
                       stories, memorizing           memorize, work at      seeing words, speaking,
                       dates, thinking in words.     puzzles.               writing, discussing and
                                                                            debating.
Math-Logic             math, reasoning, logic,    solve problems, question, working with patterns
                       problem-solving, patterns. work with numbers,        and relationships,
                                                  experiment.               classifying, categorizing,
                                                                            working with the abstract.

Spatial                reading, maps, charts,        design, draw, build,      working with pictures and
                       drawing, mazes, puzzles,      create, daydream, look at colors, visualizing,
                       imagining things, and         pictures.                 drawing.
                       visualization.
Bodily- Kinesthetic    athletics, dancing, acting,   move around, touch and     touching, moving,
                       crafts, using tools.          talk, body language.       processing knowledge
                                                                                through bodily sensations.

Musical                singing, picking up           sing, hum, play an         rhythm, melody, singing,
                       sounds, remembering           instrument, listen to      listening to music and
                       melodies, rhythms.            music.                     melodies.
Interpersonal          understanding people,         have friends, talk to      sharing, comparing,
                       leading, organizing,          people, join groups.       relating, interviewing,
                       communicating, resolving                                 cooperating.
                       conflicts, selling.

Intrapersonal          understanding self,        work alone, reflect,          working alone, doing self-
                       recognizing strengths &    pursue interests.             paced projects, having
                       weaknesses, setting goals.                               space, reflecting.

Naturalist             understanding nature,         be involved with nature,   working in nature,
                       making distinctions,          make distinctions.         exploring things, learning
                       identifying flora and                                    about plants and natural
                       fauna.                                                   events.

Adapted From:
"Gigglepotz." 2006. Gigglepotz. 21 Sep 2006 <http://www.gigglepotz.com/mi8.htm>.

								
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