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Multiple Intelligences for Differentiated Learning
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Multiple Intelligences for Differentiated Learning



May 2007 | 104 pages | Corwin
There is an intricate literacy to Gardner's multiple intelligences theory that unlocks key entry points for differentiated learning. Using a well-articulated framework, rich with graphic representations, Williams provides a comprehensive discussion of multiple intelligences. He moves the teacher and students from curiosity, to confidence, to competence in understanding and using the multiple intelligences theory in the most practical ways in curriculum, instruction and assessment.
 
Introduction
 
Part One: Introducing Multiple Intelligences (Getting Acquainted with the Theory)
The Beginning: Founder and Theory

 
Gardner's Criteria for Distinguishing an Intelligence

 
Proponents for Application of the Theory

 
Implications for Differentiation

 
 
Part Two: Multiple Entries to Differentiation
Brain Theory

 
Curriculum/Standards--Any Subject

 
Instruction--Calling for Attention--Curiosity

 
Assessing Active Engagement

 
Conclusion

 
 
Part Three: Multiple Connections for Differentiation
Constructivist Theory

 
Curriculum/Standards--Focus On Concepts

 
Instruction--Memory, Confidence

 
Assessing Conceptual Grasp

 
 
Part Four: Multiple Representations in Differentiation
Transfer Theory

 
Curriculum/Standards--Focus on Details

 
Instruction--Depth Understanding--Competence

 
Assessing Performance and Application

 
 
Conclusion
 
Bibliography

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ISBN: 9780971733213