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  1. Multiple Intelligences and Technology Integration • TEDU 560 • Instructional Strategies for Using the Internet • Instructor: Jill Baedke

  2. Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology (2005 ISTE Publications)

  3. “Mini-Survey” Results

  4. Observable Actions

  5. How did you profile?

  6. Connect MI with Technology • Verbal: Word Processing, eMail, Podcasting • Logical: spreadsheets, search tools, CyberHunts • Visual: Slide show, graphic design, digital video, camera activities

  7. Connect MI with Technology • Naturalist: database, digital scrapbook, mapping tools • Intrapersonal: surveys, real time projects, digital portfolios • Interpersonal: chats, collaborative projects, video-conferencing

  8. Connect MI with Technology • Existential: simulations, virtual field trips, blogs, wikis • Musical: Multimedia, digital recording • Kinesthetic: digital probes, assistive technology, notepads

  9. By capitalizing on the student’s multiple intelligences - we can maximize their learning.

  10. WEAC Conference - 1997 Howard Gardner

  11. WEAC Conference - 1997 Howard Gardner

  12. Your Mission • analyze your teaching style • think outside the “box” • think of how to use the Multiple Intelligence theory to reach all your students +

  13. At this point in the slide show I gave my workshop participants their “assignment” for their staff development day. They were to make CyberHunt “cards” of 3 - 4 questions to use in the classroom. The bonus question was based on the multiple intelligence theory of learning. (Summarize by writing a poem, finding clip art, creating a rap, doing a dance, etc.). These were due at the end of the day in printed and digital form to share. Now the students had “cards” to review, use as a bonus, or for the dreaded “Now what?” question. I cycled around the classrooms to help and we all met at the end of the day to share and evaluate. Note to my VCU Class:

  14. Your Mission - a CD Note

  15. Elementary Share Teacher_Share > CD_Notes Templates TEmplates

  16. Share your CD_Notes! • Create two “CD Notes” in any content area - using any CD that you choose. • Name your CD Notes with a recognizable title or SOL number (ex: CD_Note 3.9 WaterCycle) • Print out one copy for your GRADE LEVEL person to post in the faculty room. • Drag a copy of your “CD Notes” to the TEACHER_SHARE > CD Notes Finished ... and store by grade level and content. (3-CDNotes - Science)

  17. Questions? • Create your notes • Print one copy to put in faculty room • Drag digital copy to TEACHER_SHARE • Meet back in library at 2:15

  18. References... • McKenzie, Walter (2005). Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology. ISTE Publications • The Flynn Effect • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flynn_effect • WEAC Conference Audio clips - Howard Gardner • http://www.weac.org/aboutwea/conven97/audio1.htm • Prensky, M. “Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants”, from On the Horizon, University Press, Vol. 9 No5, October 2001. • ASCD Conference - Thomas Armstrong: Words Come Alive: The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing • http://www.simulconference.com/ASCD/2003/scs/2233a.shtm