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					Multiple Intelligences

Presentation for the
Future Teachers Program
California State University Fullerton
INTELLIGENCE

                       How would you define
                        intelligence?

                       How does someone
                        demonstrate
                        intelligence?

                       Who is Dr. Howard
                        Garner?




 Dr. Howard Gardner
Multiple Intelligences
Presentation Objectives
 The student will
   Identify the person who developed the Theory of
    Multiple Intelligences.
   Describe the eight commonly identified
    intelligences.
   Explain why it is important for teachers to
    design lessons and assessments that address
    different intelligences.
Theory of Multiple Intelligences


     Developed by Howard Gardner,
      Professor, Harvard Graduate School
      of Education
     Presented in Frames of Mind: The
      Theory of Multiple Intelligences,
      1983
     Presents many kinds of intelligence
     Identified 7 intelligences originally,
      expanded to 8 now commonly
      acknowledged
Dr. Gardner believes schools

 Value people who are
  logical/mathematical
  and linguistically
  competent.

 Should also value
  people who show gifts
  in other areas.
What are the Multiple Intelligences?

 Logical-mathematical
                          Intrapersonal
 Interpersonal
                          Verbal-
 Spatial                  Linguistic

 Musical-Rhythmic        Bodily-
                           Kinesthetic

                          Naturalistic
Looking at the
Multiple Intelligences
   Description
   Individual Preferences
   Classroom Activities
   Related Professions
   Examples of Famous People
Logical-Mathematical


   Ability to discern logical or numerical patterns
     prefers finding patterns, solving problems
     in the classroom: comparing and contrasting,
       classifying ideas
     in the workplace: banking, astronomy,
       computer programming, accounting,
       inventing

   Bill Gates
   Carl Sagan
Interpersonal


   Ability to get along with others
     prefers to work with others
     in the classroom: paired partners, role
       plays, cooperative groups, teams
     in the workplace: teacher, customer service
       representative, therapists, salespeople

   Oprah Winfrey
   Bill Clinton
Spatial

 Ability to judge space in relation to people
  and/or objects
   prefers building and drawing, moving
     around, organizing
   in the classroom: drawing, mapping,
     arranging, moving
   in the workplace: architect, athlete,
     landscaper, artist, movie director,
     construction worker

 Kobe Bryant
 Michelle Kwan
Musical-Rhythmic
  Ability to translate sounds of nature
   or those created in one’s head into
   patterns of music
    prefers dancing, singing, rapping,
       playing instrument(s)
    in the classroom: musical
       performances, putting information
       into songs, chants, raps
    in the workplace: musicians, choir
       leaders, theater directors

  Quincy Jones
  Rogers and Hammerstein
Intrapersonal

 Ability to think about thinking
   prefers reflection, solitude
   in the classroom: reflection, intuition, individual
     work, journal writing
   in the workplace: authors, sailors, philosophers

 Henry David Thoreau
 J.K. Rowlings
    Bodily-Kinesthetic
 Ability to control body motions and manipulate
  objects
   prefers movement, manipulate objects
   in the classroom: changing positions, simulations,
     building
   in the workplace: dancers, actors, rock climbers, dog
     trainers, clowns

 Arnold Schwartzenegger
 Will Smith
Verbal Linguistic

 Ability to form thoughts and use language
   prefers reading, discussion
   in the classroom: creative writing, debates
   in the workplace: attorneys, writers, judges,
     translators, negotiators, talk show hosts

 Martin Luther-King
 Katie Couric
Naturalistic

 Ability to negotiate in the environment
   prefers outdoor exploration
   in the classroom: science experiments, field trips
   in the workplace: geographers, explorers

 George Rogers Clark
 Dian Fossey
 Edmund Hillary
Dr. Gardner believes teachers

 Who have difficulty reaching students in
  one way of instruction should try another
  way.
 Should design lessons using a variety of
  instructional strategies incorporating these
  intelligences.
 Should use a variety of assessments so
  students can show what they know using
  their multiple intelligences.
Classroom Strategies for Teachers
to Support Students

    Logical-mathematical
      Present information and have students
        find sequences, cause and effect
        relationships
    Interpersonal
      Provide students with time to work with a
        partner on a project
    Spatial
      Bring in artifacts and pictures to show;
        have students create models
    Musical-Rhythmic
      Use songs and chants to introduce and
        retain information
More Classroom Strategies to
Support Students
  Intrapersonal
    Provide students with time to reflect and write in
      journals
  Verbal-Linguistic
    Hold discussion groups, provide supplemental
      reading
  Bodily-Kinesthetic
    Have students do role-plays and engage in
      simulations
  Naturalistic
    Explore the natural environment; interact with
      plants and animals
Activity 1: Ask a Teacher

Schedule an appointment with a teacher or student
   teacher at your school and ask them the following
   questions. Write the answers in your blue book.


 Why is knowing students’ multiple intelligences
  important to you as a classroom teacher?
 What are some examples of the types of
  activities you use related to each of the
  multiple intelligences?
 What are some examples of the types of
  assessments you use related to each of the
  multiple intelligences?
Activity 2: Reflect on Learning

Review the Multiple Intelligences. Identify which
   multiple intelligences you see as your strongest areas
   and which are your weakest areas.


 In your notebook, discuss how this knowledge
  relates to you as a student.

 In your notebook, discuss how this knowledge
  would effect you in your future role as a
  teacher.
Activity 3: Find Out More

Use the Web resources on the next slide to answer the
    following questions in your blue book


   What are four approaches teachers can use
    with students in the classroom?

   What are four preferred ways of assessing
    students?

   How can teachers learn about their students’
    multiple intelligences?
Web Resources and Additional
Information

 Multiple Intelligences: A Theory for Everyone
  http://www.education-
  world.com/a_curr/curr054.shtml

 Multiple Intelligences: Gardner's Theory
  http://pareonline.net/getvn.asp?v=5&n=10

 Describing Intelligences in Students
  http://www.ascd.org/ed_topics/2000armstrong
  /chapter3.html
Print Resource

 Jensen, E. (1995) Super Teacher. San
  Diego, CA: The Brain Store.

				
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