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2 Howard Gardner Katie Henry

3 Table of Contents Purpose Who is Howard Gardner What are “Multiple Intelligences?” Types of Multiple Intelligences – Linguistic Intelligence Linguistic Intelligence – Logical/Mathematical Logical/Mathematical – Musical Rhythmic Musical Rhythmic – Bodily/Kinesthetic Bodily/Kinesthetic

4 Table of Contents, continued – Spatial Spatial – Naturalist Naturalist – Intrapersonal Intrapersonal – Interpersonal Interpersonal What does this mean for teachers? Practical applications

5 Purpose To become familiar with Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences and understand how it relates to education. Table of Contents

6 Who is Howard Gardner? Professor in Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Developed theory of Multiple Intelligences (1983) Wrote over twenty books and hundreds of articles on his theory Table of Contents

7 What are “Multiple Intelligences?” A theory that humans have many different intellectual strengths. Our strengths influence how we learn. Table of Contents

8 Types of Multiple Intelligences Linguistic Logical/Mathematical Musical Rhythmic Bodily/Kinesthetic Table of Contents

9 …Continued Spatial Naturalist Intrapersonal Interpersonal Table of Contents

10 Linguistic Strengths: – Uses words well, both written and spoken – Writing – Telling stories – Memorizing information Examples: Writer, journalist, teacher Table of Contents

11 Logical/Mathematical Strengths: – Reasoning – Recognizing patterns – Analyzing problems Examples: Scientists, mathematicians, engineer, accountant Table of Contents

12 Musical Rhythmic Strengths – Thinking in patterns and tones – Musical composition and performance – Remembering songs Examples: Music Teacher, Singer, Composer Table of Contents

13 Bodily/Kinesthetic Strengths – Body movement – Physical Coordination – Dancing and sports – Remembers by doing (not by hearing or seeing) Examples: Dancer, Builder, Sculptor, Actor Table of Contents

14 Spatial Strengths – Visualizing – Reading maps – Putting puzzles together – Recognizing patterns Examples: Architect, Artist, Engineer Table of Contents

15 Naturalist Strengths – Categorizing and cataloging information – Exploring outdoors – In tune with nature Examples: Biologists, Conversationist Table of Contents

16 Intrapersonal Strengths – Identifying their strengths and weaknesses – Self awareness – Being aware of their own feelings Examples: Writer, Philosopher, Theorist Table of Contents

17 Interpersonal Strengths – Communicating – Understanding other people’s perspectives – Resolving conflicts Examples: Psychologist, Counselor, Sales person Table of Contents

18 What does this mean for teachers? greeneyezwinkin2.wordpress.com Need to provide a variety of ways for your students to learn. Personalize learning so that students are engaged and feel empowered. Table of Contents

19 What are some practical applications? Provide alternative assessments Student portfolios Write in journals Create songs/dances that tie into instruction Have students justify thinking Write mathematics stories Role play Table of Contents

20 Quiz Question 1 1.Students that learn best by doing or moving are: a)Musical/Rhythmic learnersMusical/Rhythmic learners b)Bodily/Kinesthetic learnersBodily/Kinesthetic learners c)Intrapersonal learnersIntrapersonal learners d)Naturalistic learnersNaturalistic learners

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23 Quiz Question 2 2. Someone who is in touch with nature would be considered a: a)Interpersonal learnerInterpersonal learner b)Spatial learnerSpatial learner c)Mathematical learnerMathematical learner d)Naturalist learnerNaturalist learner

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26 Quiz Question 3 3. Someone that becomes a guidance counselor is most likely what kind of learner? a)IntrapersonalIntrapersonal b)InterpersonalInterpersonal c)LinguisticLinguistic d)MusicalMusical

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29 References (2012). Big thinkers: howard gardner on multiple intelligences. Retrieved from gardner-video Cherry, K. (2012). Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Retrieved from educationalpsychology/ss/multiple-intell_7.htm Willis, J., & Johnson, A. (2001, January). Multiply using mulitple intelligences. Retrieved from


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