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CLASS 25 EDUC 4455 TEACHING STRATEGIES: MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES & COOPERATIVE LEARNING CLASS 25 EDUC 4454 AGENDA: TEACHING STRATEGIES Multiple Intelligences Cooperative Learning Preparation for Practice Teaching- Memo Exam Overview

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class 25 educ 4455

CLASS 25 EDUC 4455

TEACHING STRATEGIES:

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES & COOPERATIVE LEARNING

class 25 educ 4454 agenda teaching strategies
CLASS 25 EDUC 4454AGENDA: TEACHING STRATEGIES
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Preparation for Practice Teaching- Memo
  • Exam Overview
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

EVERY CHILD CAN LEARN...

  • EACH PERSON IS BORN WITH ALL THE INTELLIGENCES
  • IT IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY AS EDUCATORS TO FIND EACH CHILD’S PARTICULAR WAY OF LEARNING
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences
  • ALTHOUGH EACH PERSON MAY BE BORN WITH A DIFFERENT CAPACITY FOR A PARTICULAR INTELLIGENCE, EACH INTELLIGENCE IS MODIFIABLE.
  • EACH INTELLIGENCE CAN BE TAUGHT.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

Use Multiple Intelligences Theory to:

  • help students develop all their intelligences
  • use students’ preferred intelligences to help them achieve required learning expectations/outcomes
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences
  • ELEMENTS OF A MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES CLASSROOM
    • Trust & Belonging
    • Meaningful Content
    • Enriched Environment
    • Intelligent Choices
    • Adequate Time
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

VERBAL/LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to use with clarity the core operations of language...communicating by reading, writing, listening, speaking, and linking
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

VERBAL/LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE:

Students thrive on:

  • Language curriculum that stirs the imagination
  • Lots of opportunity to talk, write, read
  • Guest speakers
  • Dramatic readings
  • Storytelling; Relating personal experiences
  • Peer teaching/consultation/cooperative small group learning
  • Displays of students’ work/student made bulletin boards
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

LOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to use inductive and deductive reasoning, solve abstract problems, and understand complex relationships of mathematical reasoning and the scientific process.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

LOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE:

Students thrive on:

  • Logical development of lessons
  • Patterns and relationships/Categorizing information
  • Formulae/Timelines/Outlines
  • Venn diagrams/Matrices comparing data
  • Analogies/Games/Puzzles
  • Calculators/Computers
  • Research/Experiments and labs/Mathematical operations
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

VISUAL/SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to perceive the visual world accurately and to recreate one’s visual experiences...includes the ability to see colour, shape, and texture in the “Mind’s Eye” and to transfer these to concrete representation in art form.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

VISUAL/SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • Students thrive on:
    • Bulletin boards and displays
    • Colour, design, pattern
    • Posters, charts, graphics
    • Creative use of manipulatives
    • Use of illustrations, sketches, drawings and paintings

to ground teaching and student products

    • Mind maps and webs/colour coding systems
    • Videos/Overhead slides
    • Active imagination/visualization
    • Demonstrations
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

BODILY/KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to control and interpret body motions, to manipulate physical objects and to establish harmony between mind and body.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

BODILY/KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE:

  • Students thrive on:
    • Field trips
    • Role playing/mime
    • Acting out processes
    • Learning centres, labs
    • Manipulatives
    • Sports/games
    • Frequent stretching and exercise breaks
    • Simulations
    • Making things, collections
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

MUSICAL/RHYTHMIC INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to use the core set of musical elements - pitch, rhythm and tone - and the acute awareness of sound in one’s environment.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

MUSICAL/RHYTHMIC INTELLIGENCE:

  • Students thrive on:
    • Songs and poems related to subject
    • Creating songs, raps, cheers, jingles
    • Using jingles or rhythms to remember content
    • Listening to rhythmic sounds or patterns
    • Choral reading
    • Background music
    • Creating dances that illustrate concepts
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to get along with, interact with, work with, and motivate others toward a common goal...involves the capacity to understand and interpret others’ moods, temperaments, motivations and intentions.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

INTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE

  • Students thrive on:
    • Working with others/co-operative groups
    • Think-pair-share
    • Talking through ideas
    • Jigsaw
    • Electronic mail
    • Creative tasks in groups/co-operative games
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to form an accurate model of oneself and to use the model to operate effectively. The ability to know oneself and assume responsibility for one’s life and learning.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE:

  • Students thrive on:
    • Personal goal setting
    • Self-evaluation
    • Independent learning
    • Metacognition
    • Learning journals/silent reflection time
    • Focusing exercises/visualizations/imagery exercises
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

NATURALIST INTELLIGENCE:

  • The ability to recognize flora and fauna, to make other consequential distinctions in the natural world, and to use this ability productively (in hunting, in farming, in biological science). The ability to discern, identify and classify plants and animals.
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454TEACHING STRATEGIES-Multiple Intelligences

NATURALIST INTELLIGENCE:

  • Students thrive on:
    • Using the outdoors as a classroom
    • Going on field trips
    • Natural collections included in the classroom
    • Making collections of things from nature
    • Observing animals/plants/patterns in nature
    • Inclusion of plants/terrarium/aquarium in the classroom
    • Caring for plants in the classroom
    • Noticing relationships in the natural world
    • Identifying different animals by sound
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

A NEW WAY OF LEARNING TOGETHER

CO-OPERATIVELEARNING

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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • An approach to organizing classroom activity so that students can interact with and learn from one another as well as from the teacher and the world around them
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • CO-OPERATIVE LEARNING IMPROVES:
    • academic learning
    • personal and social development
    • race and ethno-cultural relations
    • equality of educational outcome
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

Six Key Concepts:

  • Teams
  • Will
  • Management
  • Skills
  • Basic Principles (PIES)
  • Co-op Strategies
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATVE LEARNING:

  • Positive Interdependence
  • Individual Accountability
  • Equal Participation
  • Simultaneous Interaction
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

GETTING STARTED:

  • Provide rationale and reassurance
  • Start with simple tasks
  • Keep groups small
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

GETTING STARTED:

  • Gradually incorporate group activities into lessons
  • Carefully structure group work
  • Build in reflection time right from the start
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

DIFFERENT STRATEGIES/ STRUCTURES FOR GROUPS:

  • WAYS OF ORGANIZING SOCIAL INTERACTION IN THE CLASSROOM
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Round Robin
    • Each student gets a chance to share
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Think-Pair-Share
    • Student thinks about a topic provided by the teacher;
    • Pair up with another student to discuss it;
    • They then share their thoughts with the class
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Think-Pair-Square
    • Problem posed;
    • Think time;
    • Pair work;
    • Square work
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Numbered Heads Together
    • Teacher asks a question,
    • Students in a small groups consult to make sure everyone knows the answer;
    • Then a student is called upon to answer

(Tutoring)

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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Team-Pair-Solo
    • Students solve problems first as a team,
    • Then as a pair,
    • Finally alone
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING

Team-Pair-Solo:

Runner Problem

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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  • Rotating Review
    • Write on Topic;
    • Rotate to another topic;
    • Read and Discuss;
    • Add or Query
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454EXAM OVERVIEW
  • There are 4 case studies (25 marks each)
  • Specific questions related to each case study (marks indicated for each)
  • A three hour exam (9-12) on Tuesday, March 29
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454EXAM OVERVIEW
  • Planning:
    • Long and short term planning (year, units)
    • Principles of backward design
    • Integration
  • Communication:
    • With parents
    • Questioning (Bloom’s, Q-Matrix, Prompts and Probes)
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454EXAM OVERVIEW
  • Assessment/Evaluation/Reporting:
    • Principles of assessment
    • Types of assessment
    • Assessment strategies (e.g., portfolios…)
    • Recording devices
    • Conferences
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CLASS 25 EDUC 4454EXAM OVERVIEW
  • Teaching Strategies:
    • Cooperative learning/Multiple Intelligences/Learning Styles…
    • Visual Tools/Mind mapping…