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Have you noticed how interest rises
during sessions that engage multiple intelligences? Class need not be daunting to middle or secondary classes where lectures typically delivered key points of any lesson. Faculty looking for practical supports to expand learning and assessment approaches, will find it in these task-packed posters.
People often ask how to get so many distinctive intelligences up and running in ways that enhance secondary or middle school lessons.
Display these posters in your learning community and teens will begin to identify new approaches to raise their achievement.
The task-packed posters included in this kit
will give you and your students dozens of easily adapted learning tasks that play into students’ strengths. Use them to open class – with their interests and applications. Or break briefly and use them to engage active learning part way through any lesson. There are even opportunities for students to build and complete their own MI tasks.
Learners can glance up daily to see practical suggestions in each poster.
They find a FREE survey to discover and develop their most unique intelligences while using them in class.
Watch them begin to awaken their unique intelligences. Challenge them to try different posters weekly as they learn and express new knowledge, using Howard Gardner’s eight distinctive ways of knowing. In so doing they will develop and use:
intelligence that includes scientific or mathematical ability, the capacity to discern logical or numerical patterns, and the ability to handle long chains of reasoning.
intelligence that includes speaking; poetic or journalistic ability; sensitivity to the sounds, rhythms, and meanings of words; and understanding the various functions of language.
intelligence that includes the ability to compose music and play an instrument; the ability to produce and appreciate rhythm, pitch, and timbre; and the appreciation of various forms of musical expressiveness.
intelligence that includes navigator’s and sculptor’s abilities and the capacity to perceive the visual-spatial world accurately.
intelligence that includes the ability to dance and engage in
athletics, the ability to control one’s body movements, and the ability to handle objects skillfully.
intelligence includes the capacity to discern and respond appropriately to the moods, temperaments, motivations, and desires of other people.
intelligence includes accurate self-knowledge, access to one’s
feelings and the ability to discriminate among them, and the ability to draw on one’s feelings to direct behavior.
intelligence includes an ability to draw on patterns and designs in nature in order to solve real-world problems.
The included posters convert Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligence into practical Mita tasks that provide students and faculty opportunities to understand and use their intelligences as tools for learning.
Your students’ talents come alive when they see new learning possibilities these posters provide.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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