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Brain Research- Multiple Intelligences @ Dr. Douglas Gosse Nipissing University [email protected] Who is intelligent?. 8 Intelligences – by Dr. Howard Gardner. Linguistic Logical/ Mathematical Spatial Bodily/ Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalistic.

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Who is intelligent

Brain Research- Multiple [email protected] Douglas GosseNipissing [email protected]


Who is intelligent

Who is intelligent?


8 intelligences by dr howard gardner

8 Intelligences – by Dr. Howard Gardner

  • Linguistic

  • Logical/ Mathematical

  • Spatial

  • Bodily/ Kinesthetic

  • Musical

  • Interpersonal

  • Intrapersonal

  • Naturalistic


Can you define intelligence

Can you define intelligence?

Margaret Atwood

Linguistic Intelligence

  • Adept with words

  • “The Word Player”


Can you define intelligence1

Can you define intelligence?

Albert Einstein

Logical/ Mathematical

Intelligence

  • Adept with numbers &

    reasoning

  • “The Questioner”


Can you define intelligence2

Can you define intelligence?

Alex Colville

Spatial Intelligence

  • Adept with pictures &

    images

  • “The Visualizer”


Can you define intelligence3

Can you define intelligence?

Mats Sundin

Bodily/ Kinesthetic

Intelligence

  • Physical skill

  • “The Mover”


Can you define intelligence4

Can you define intelligence?

Shania Twain

Musical Intelligence

  • Adept with melody &

    rhythm

  • “The Music Lover”


Can you define intelligence5

Can you define intelligence?

Pierre E. Trudeau

Interpersonal Intelligence

  • Skills of social

    understanding

  • “The Socializer”


Can you define intelligence6

Can you define intelligence?

Helen Keller

Intrapersonal Intelligence

  • Skills of self-knowledge

  • “The Individual”


Can you define intelligence7

Can you define intelligence?

Huron

Naturalistic Intelligence

  • Skills of making

    connection to elements

    in nature

  • “The Outdoorsman”


Who is intelligent

Why Some Kids Don’t Pay Attention in School

Armstrong. Thomas. (April 19, 2004). The Possibilities and Limitations of Multiple Intelligences in the Schools. Retrieved December 4, 2005, from http://www.acu-vejle.dk/mi/laes_mere_1/dokumenter/Handouts_Vejle_190404_formiddag.ppt

  • Hunters in a farmers world

Creative individuals

Bodily-kinesthetic/spatial learners

Latebloomers

Boys exhibiting gender appropriate behavior

Children under stress


Mi checklist

MI Checklist

Preliminary assessment

  • 8 Intelligences

  • Synchronizing your checklist

  • Application … next


Linguistic

Linguistic

If you have strong linguistic intelligence you might learn better by

Reading

Memorizing

Playing word games (Scrabble, Anagrams, Password)

Making up rhymes, puns

Using the internet


Logical mathematical learner

Logical/Mathematical Learner

If you have strong logical-mathematical intelligence you might learn better by

Recording information systematically

Setting up experiments (“What if…?”)

Playing strategy games (Chess, Checkers)

Analyzing data

Asking logical questions

Using the internet


Spatial learner

Spatial Learner

If you have strong spatial intelligence you might learn better by

Studying pictures

Watching videos

Using visual, tangible aids

Doing mazes, puzzles

Making predictions

Using the internet


Bodily kinesthetic learner

Bodily/Kinesthetic Learner

If you have strong bodily-kinesthetic intelligence you might learn better by

Doing role plays

Constructing physical examples

Exercising while reviewing

Visiting museums, institutions, parks

Asking logical questions

Using the internet


Musical learner

Musical Learner

If you have strong musical intelligence you might learn better by

Listening to recordings

Talking to yourself

Making up songs

Mentally repeating information

Reading aloud

Changing tempo


Interpersonal learner

Interpersonal Learner

If you have strong interpersonal intelligence you might learn better by

Studying in groups

Comparing information with others

Interviewing experts

Relating personal experiences

Being a teamplayer

Doing cooperative projects


Intrapersonal learner

Intrapersonal Learner

If you have strong intrapersonal intelligence you might learn better by

Avoiding distractions

Establishing personal goals

Playing solitary games

Setting own pace

Working alone

Relating personal experiences


Naturalistic learner

Naturalistic Learner

If you have strong naturalistic intelligence you might learn better by

Studying outside

Learning in the presence of plants & pets

Relating environmental issues to topics

Smelling, seeing touching, tasting,

Observing natural phenomenon


Multiple intelligences

Multiple Intelligences

  • Intelligences Reframed

  • Studies continue…

    • Naturalistic Intelligence

    • Moral Intelligence

    • Spiritual Intelligence


Who is intelligent

Memory Strategies Armstrong. Thomas. (April 19, 2004). The Possibilities and Limitations of Multiple Intelligences in the Schools. Retrieved December 4, 2005, from http://www.acu-vejle.dk/mi/laes_mere_1/dokumenter/Handouts_Vejle_190404_formiddag.ppt

Logical-Mathematical -Digitalize words (or use code)

Linguistic - Traditional approaches

Spatial - Visualize words

Intrapersonal - Personalized spelling lists

Musical - Sing words

Spelling

Interpersonal - People spelling

Bodily-Kinesthetic -Stand up on vowels, sit down on consonants

Naturalist - Spelling outside (use naturalist lists)


Who is intelligent

Armstrong. Thomas. (April 19, 2004). The Possibilities and Limitations of Multiple Intelligences in the Schools. Retrieved December 4, 2005, from http://www.acu-vejle.dk/mi/laes_mere_1/dokumenter/Handouts_Vejle_190404_formiddag.ppt

Link to social associations

Link to logical or linguistic organizers

Link to personal events

Link to sound associations

Link to nature

Thing to be remembered

Link to body

Link to emotions

Link to images


Resources references

Resources & References

Armstrong, Thomas. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 2nd Ed.. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2000.

Armstrong, Thomas. The Myth of the ADD Child: 50 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Behavior and Attention Span without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion. New York: Plume, 1997.

Armstrong, Thomas. ADD/ADHD Alternatives in the Classroom. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 1999.

Armstrong, Thomas. In Their Own Way: Discovering and Encouraging Your Child’s Multiple Intelligences. New York: Tarcher/Putnam, 2000

Armstrong, Thomas. Journey of a Lifetime: The Remarkable Story of Human Development from Pre-birth to Post-death. Forthcoming.

Armstrong. Thomas. (April 19, 2004). The Possibilities and Limitations of Multiple Intelligences in the Schools. Retrieved December 4, 2005, from http://www.acu-vejle.dk/mi/laes_mere_1/dokumenter/Handouts_Vejle_190404_formiddag.ppt

Buzan, Tony. Use Both Sides of Your Brain. New York: Dutton, 1991.

Campbell, L. and B. Campbell. Multiple Intelligences and Student Achievement: Success Stories from Six Schools. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2000.

Department of Education. (2004). Use Your Brain - Multiple Intelligences. Retrieved December 4, 2005, from http://depts.gallaudet.edu/TIP/manual/orientation/MI.ppt

Gardner, Howard. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. New York: Basic Books, 1983.

Gardner, Howard. Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice. New York: Basic Books, 1993.

Gardner, Howard.. Intelligence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century. New York: Basic, 1999.

Hoerr, T. Becoming a Multiple Intelligences School. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2000.

Kornhaber, M. Project SUMIT: Outcomes. Website: http://www.pz.harvard.edu/SUMIT/OUTCOMES.htm


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