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Howard gardner

middlemojo.com

Howard Gardner

By Bobby Cooke


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • About Howard Gardner

  • Project Zero

  • Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  • Implementations of Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  • Why is Multiple Intelligences Successful


Table of contents cont d

Table of Contents cont’d.

  • Teachers Role

  • Technology’s Role

  • Teaching to Multiple Intelligences in today’s classroom

  • Implications for Adult Learning

  • Quiz


About howard gardner

About Howard Gardner

  • Developmental psychologist

  • Professor Harvard Graduate School of Education

  • Harvard Project Zero

  • Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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Project zero

Project Zero

  • Educational Research Group

    • Founded by Nelson Goodman

    • Howard Gardner founding research assistant

      • Co-director 1972-2000 (with David Gardner)

  • Goal is to understand and build on human cognitive development

    • Processes of Learning in the arts and other disciplines

  • Places learner at center of educational process

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Theory of multiple intelligences

Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  • Traditional notion of Intelligence to limited

    • IQ test

    • Focus on Linguistic and logical-mathematical Intelligence

  • Different Methods of learning and processing

    • Individual of one another

    • Different Intelligences

      • Bodily-kinesthetic , Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Linguistic, Logical-mathematical, Musical, Naturalist, and Spatial

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Implementation of theory of multiple intelligences

Implementation of Theory of Multiple Intelligences

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  • 8 different Pathways to learning

    • One for each type of learner

    • Use of experiences in natural world (naturalist), pictures (spatial), a physical experience(bodily-kinesthetic), music (musical), numbers or logic (logical-mathematical), self-reflection (intrapersonal), social experience (interpersonal), and words (Linguistic)

  • Train Teachers to present their lessons in multiple ways

    • Using music, cooperative learning, art activities, role play, multimedia, field trips, inner reflection, along with traditional methods

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Why is the multiple intelligences model successful

Why is the Multiple Intelligences model successful

  • Each student has opportunity to excel in at least one area

  • Each student learns a subject matter in a variety of different ways, creating more chances of success and retaining information

  • Adapts to students rather than having students adapt to it

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Teachers role in a multiple intelligences program

Teachers Role in a Multiple Intelligences program

  • Observe students from different perspectives

    • How do they learn best?

  • Pushing students rather than pulling

  • Working with students rather than for them

  • Become more creative and multimodal in own learning

    • Development in self

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Technology use in a multiple intelligences program

Technology Use in a Multiple Intelligences Program

  • Computers widely available in some areas

    • Allows for students to learn at own pace

    • Students have access to many tools that may cater to their individual needs

      • A lot of information available

      • Programs with audio content, programs with great visual representation , etc.

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Implementing a multiple intelligences program in today s classroom

Implementing a Multiple Intelligences Program in Today’s classroom

  • Assessment drives instruction

    • Tough to assess untraditional intelligences

  • Curriculum is rigid and inflexible at times

  • Educational reforms only happen in times of crisis

    • Tough to make changes

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Implications for adult learning and development

Implications for adult learning and development

  • Theory of Multiple Intelligences not just for kids

  • A lot of adults are not in jobs that make optimal use of their highest developed intelligence

    • (May be a Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence working in a logical desk-job when they would be better placed in a job where they could move around like a forest ranger, recreational leader, or physical therapist)

  • Gives adults a new way to look at their lives

    • Examining potentials they left behind that they can now develop through work, courses, or even hobbies

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Quiz goals

Quiz Goals

  • Show knowledge of Howard Gardner

  • Understand Theory of Multiple Intelligences

  • Apply Theory of Multiple Intelligences to classroom situations

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Question 1

Question #1

  • Howard Gardner co-directed a program called

    • A. Project Zero

    • B. No child left behind

    • C. 8 Kinds of Smart

    • D. Project Eight


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Correct

Correct!

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Question 2

Question #2

  • What is not one of Dr. Howard Gardner’s eight different Intelligences in his Theory of Multiple Intelligences?

    • A. Linguistic

    • B. Spatial

    • C. Intrapersonal

    • D. Competititional


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Correct1

Correct!

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Question 3

Question #3

  • Traditional Notions of Intelligence Focus on what 2 of Howard Gardner’s 8 multiple intelligences

    • A. Linguistic and Logical-Mathematical

    • B. Interpersonal and Linguistic

    • C. Logical-Mathematical and Spatial

    • D. Bodily-Kinesthetic and Intrapersonal


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Correct2

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Question 4

Question #4

  • Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences can be implemented

    • A. for children under age 7

    • B. for children under age 12

    • C. for all age kids in school

    • D. for learners of all ages


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Correct3

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Question 5

Question #5

  • If you’re teaching about the law of supply and demand in economics and your dealing with a linguistic learner (words) you should try to teach the lesson by having the student

    • A. examine a graphic chart that illustrates the principle

    • B. examine the law in terms of your own body

    • C. read about it

    • D. write a song about it


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Correct4

Correct!

  • Congratulations you have completed the quiz!

  • Hope you enjoyed


Bibliography

Bibliography

  • Armstrong, Thomas (2011). Multiple intelligences. Dr. Thomas Armstrong. Retrieved from www.thomasarmstrong.com/multiple_intelligences.php

  • Campbell, Bruce (2009). Multiple intelligences in the classroom. Retrieved from www.context.org/iclib/ic27/campbell/

  • Winner, Ellen. The history of howardgardner. Retrieved from www.howardgardner.com/bio/lerner_winner.htm

  • Winner, Ellen(2010).Research projects. Project Zero. Retrieved from pzweb.harvard.edu/Research/Research.htm


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