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  1. Howard Gardner By: Whitney Edmonds Class- Early Childhood Education I

  2. The Life of Gardner • Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. • Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Harvard University and Senior Director of Harvard Project Zero. • Gardner is best known in educationalcircles for his theory of multiple intelligences

  3. Linguistic • Learns best through hearing and listening activities. This type of child will enjoy the following: -storytelling -listening to or making a short play -debating

  4. Logical/mathematical • Learns by analyzing a challenge, using calculators, charts, codes, computers, creating number patterns, and solving problems. May enjoy the following activities: -solving math problems -creating new games - Finding patterns

  5. Visual/Spatial • Learns by vision and touch. May enjoy activities such as: • Drawing • Making a photo album • Graphing • Creating art structures

  6. Musical • Learns by incorporating music. May like the following activities: • Singing songs related to lessons • Use an instrument • Compare and contrast sounds

  7. Bodily Kinesthetic • Learns through physical movement and gestures. May enjoy the following acivities: • Creating dances • Sports • Acting out characters

  8. Interpersonal • Learns best when around others. May enjoy: • group work • Social time • Helping others • Practice giving and receiving feedback

  9. Intrapersonal • Learns best when working alone. May enjoy: - setting and pursuing goals • Assessing their own work • Collecting meaningful pictures and stories

  10. Naturalistic • Learns best in an outdoor environment. May show interest in the following: - caring for pets • Drawing natural objects • Using binoculars or magnifying glasses • Describing changes in the environment

  11. Importance of Gardner’s Theory • Gardener’s theory helps us as early childhood professionals because all children learn differently and must be taught differently

  12. Works Cited • http://www.howardgardner.com/bio/bio.html • hansaton-usa.com • http://www.epd86.org/tech/aurora/bierdeman/activities.html#math • raisesavvykids.com • smashingapps.com • episcopalcafe.com • departments.knox.edu • preschools4all.com • keep3.sjfc.edu • layoutsparks.com • herdingcatsgeorge.blogspot.com