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Lindsey Ashment, Natalie Porter, & Kamryn Payne

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Lindsey Ashment, Kamryn Payne, & Natalie Porter
Involves creating, comprehending, and appreciating music
Examples of behaviors:

Playing a musical instrument
Composing music
Identifying structure of music
Singing
Ability to use one’s body skillfully
Examples of behavior include:
Dancing
Playing basketball
Performing pantomime

Ability to notice details of what one sees and to imagine and manipulate visual objects in one’s mind.
Examples of behavior include:
Conjuring up mental images
Drawing a visual likeness of an object
Seeing subtle differences among visually similar objects

Ability to notice subtle aspects of other people’s behaviors
Examples of behavior include:
Reading other people’s moods
Detecting other people’s underlying intentions and desires
Using knowledge of others to influence their thoughts and behaviors

Involves awareness of one’s own feelings, motives, and desires
Behaviors include:
Discriminating between similar emotions such as sadness and regret
Understanding motives that guide one’s own behavior
Using self-knowledge to interact more effectively with others


Ability to recognize patterns in nature and differences among various life-forms and natural objects
Behaviors include:
Identify members of particular plant or animal species
Classifying natural forms (e.g., rocks, types of mountains)
Applying one’s knowledge of nature in such activities as farming, landscaping, or animal training.

Ability to use language effectively
Examples of behavior include:
Making persuasive arguments
Writing Poetry
Noticing subtle nuances in word meanings

Ability to use reason logically, especially in mathematics and science
Examples of behavior include:
Solving mathematical problems quickly
Generating mathematical proofs
Formulating and testing hypotheses about observed phenomena

Definition:
“theory that portrays intelligence as being comprised of three or more relatively independent abilities, with most people being stronger (more “intelligent”) in some abilities than in others.”

Why is it important to know how your students learn?
Introduction
Born on July 11, 1943
Liked to play the piano
Was a very studious child
Originally planned to study law
Attended Harvard and looked
up to Jean Piaget and Erik Erikson
to study psychology
Howard Gardner
Go to edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-assessment
Click on first link
Take short quiz to determine your highest score
Screenshot your results
Self Assessment
Principles
Linguistic
Logical-mathematical
Spatial
Bodily-kinesthetic
Musical
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal
Naturalist

Fact:
Multiple intelligences is under the umbrella of learning styles.
It changes depending on your environment and experience.
Teachers need to vary how they teach so children can figure out what works best for them.
A combination of areas they struggle in and enjoy doing helps children succeed.

Basic Assumptions
How would you apply this theory in your future classroom?

What example have you seen in your field experience?
Educational Applications

Howard Gardner - was inspired by Erikson and Piaget
8 Intelligences-
Linguistic (word smart)
Logical-Mathematical (number/reasoning smart)
Spatial (picture smart)
Bodily-Kinesthetic (body smart)
Musical (music smart)
Interpersonal (people smart)
Intrapersonal (self smart)
Naturalist (nature smart)
It is important as a teacher to know how your students learn

Summary
Omrod, J. E., & Jones, B. D. (2018). Essentials of educational psychology: Big ideas to guide effective teaching (5th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N. J.: Pearson Education., Inc.
References
Myth:
Multiple intelligences is the same as learning styles.
Multiple intelligences is fixed.
Children know how they learn best.
Children always learn best in their highest realm of intelligence.
http://www.azquotes.com/author/5337-Howard_Gardner

http://presentlygifted.weebly.com/multiple-intelligences-model.html

https://www.booksandcookiesla.com/single-post/2014/08/28/Ideas-to-Get-Your-Kids-to-Read
http://www.dentonisd.org/Domain/7989
https://thetechjournal.com/science/drawing-skills-of-children-indicate-their-future-intelligence.xhtml/attachment/children-drawing-together
http://apr.org/post/commission-approves-two-new-charter-schools#stream/0
Cherry, K. (2017, May 20). Howard Gardner biography. Retrieved from https://www.verywell.com/howard-gardner-biography-2795511
https://www.theknowledgeroundtable.com/entrepreneurship-as-education/
http://www.whitneymusic.com/
https://www.theodysseyonline.com/the-most-important-investment-you-will-ever-make
http://crossfitwappoo.com/setting-goals/
https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS733US733&biw=1920&bih=1006&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=child+and+nature&oq=child+and+nature&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0i67k1j0l2j0i24k1.5183.5183.0.5798.1.1.0.0.0.0.72.72.1.1.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.1.72....0.47JstIDXihw#imgrc=ItsJzslAOS7aeM:
http://dreamatico.com/umbrella.html
Learning Styles
Multiple Intelligences
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