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Howard Gardner. Multiple Intelligences 1983 Frames of Mind Educational Psychologist (Harvard). What is an Intelligence?. Social or Cultural utility across cultures Scientific Basis (identifiable by anatomy, testing, empirical data). Evolutionary Utility. Multiple Intelligences.

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Howard gardner
Howard Gardner

  • Multiple Intelligences

  • 1983 Frames of Mind

  • Educational Psychologist (Harvard)


What is an intelligence
What is an Intelligence?

  • Social or Cultural utility across cultures

  • Scientific Basis (identifiable by anatomy, testing, empirical data).

  • Evolutionary Utility


Multiple intelligences
Multiple Intelligences

  • A Useful tool for thinking about the variety of learners in the classroom.

  • For those working with early adolescents,

  • this theory can have profound impact on our thinking about physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development in children.


Multiple intelligence
Multiple Intelligence

  • Acknowledging this theory means we have another tool for empathetically understanding the developmental needs of early adolescents.

  • Early adolescents may show the signs of their developing intelligence in one of Gardner’s areas of M.I.


Multiple intelligences1

Linguistic

Musical

Logical Mathematical

Spatial-Visual

Bodily Kinesthetic

Interpersonal

Intrapersonal

Natural History

Theological-Spiritual

Multiple Intelligences


Multiple intelligence1
Multiple Intelligence

  • It is important to understand that most learners have capabilities within each of the intelligences. Even so, some learners will clearly show predispositions in one of the intelligences.

  • Examples:


An idea from coaching
An idea from coaching:

  • Training the “strong side” versus training the “weak side.”

  • We can plan Middle School activities for developmental and M.I. tasks and opportunities for growth.


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An Idea from Piaget

  • By using the MI approach, we match

  • Developmentally appropriate tasks/challenges to more learners more of the time.


Integration and holism
Integration and ‘Holism”

  • Varied and thoughtful use of the MI approach may help develop the whole child. It is consistent with the integrative needs of early adolescents.

  • WHY?


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