REMEMBER…. The most successful people in every field share an ability to think in ways that we seldom teach in the classroom. Sparks of Genius~ Robert S. Root-Bernstein & Michele Root-Bernstein. Howard Gardner. THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE. Howard Gardner.
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The most successful people in every field share an ability to think in ways that we seldom teach in the classroom.
Sparks of Genius~Robert S. Root-Bernstein & Michele Root-Bernstein
THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE
INTELLIGENCE is the ability to pose and solve problems one encounters in real life and create effective products or services valued within one’s culture.
An Intelligence is NOT…
A Pattern of Coordination is…
Albert Einstein 4 years old his father showed him a magnetic compass filled him with a desire to ferret out the mysteries of the universe
Promote or retard the development of intelligences:
CHILDREN ARE WORD SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE MUSIC SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE LOGIC/MATH SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE BODY SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE NATURE SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE PEOPLE SMART WHEN THEY:
CHILDREN ARE SELF SMART WHEN THEY:
“Do not train youths to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.” -- Plato
SUN ~ Mercury, Venus , Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Presentation of Findings in Multiple ways
Five features of documentation:
Most documentation shows evidence of the learning process as well as product, and isn't just a record of what happened, but an analysis or interpretation of the learning that took place.
@ 2006 Making Learning Visible Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education