Celebrating every learner : activities and strategies for creating a multiple intelligences classroom
Source:Jossey-Bass teacher, Jossey-Bass, Volume 1st, San Francisco, CA, p.320 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LB1555 .C4 2010
Keywords:Cognitive styles, Education--Curricula, Elementary school teaching, Interdisciplinary approach in education, learning, Multiple intelligences
Contents: 1: The multiple intelligences -- The interpersonal intelligence -- The intrapersonal intelligence -- The bodily-kinesthetic intelligence -- The linguistic intelligence -- The logical-mathematical intelligence -- The musical intelligence -- The spatial intelligence -- The naturalist intelligence -- 2: Putting it all together with the multiple intelligences -- Different intelligences are an aspect of diversity -- Learning through simulations -- Assessing through PEPs (projects, exhibitions, presentations) -- Assessment at new city school -- Learning centers in the kindergarten classroom -- Genuine understanding -- 3: Multiple intelligences, parents, and teachers -- Communicating about MI -- Getting started in the classroom with MI.; Summary: "A practical guide to understanding how Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) can be used in the classroom. The book describes the characteristics of each type of intelligence then provides ready-to-use lesson plans that teachers can use right away to incorporate MI in grades pre-K through 6"-- Provided by publisher.