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Multipe Intelligence

Multipe Intelligence

Tial Rize Erasmus Plus



June 13, 2016


  1. 1 Multiple Intelligences Erasmus + Rize Tial adiltugyan@hotmail.com

  2. Who I am ? Adil TUGYAN - Exp Teacher of

    English Language ( Cerfified) - eTwinning Ambassador, eTwinning Moderator and Trainer, eTwinning LE Expert ( Certified) - iTEC Ambassador- EU DesigningFuture Classroms( Certified ) - TED - Transatlantic Educators Dialogue - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ( Certified) - FL Teacher Trainer ( Certified) - ICT and Web 2.0 Trainer ( Certified) - EU Codeweek National Ambassador - European MakerWeek Ambassador - Erasmus Plus Project Coordinator - Microsoft Innovative EducatorMIE Tevfik Ileri Anatolian High School - http://rtial.meb.k12.tr/ / Telephone :+904642147789 Rize / TURKEY
  3. Think !!! How many of you think you are smart?

  4. “The theory of multiple intelligences was developed in 1983 by

    Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University. It suggests that the traditional notion of intelligence, based on I.Q. testing, is far too limited. Instead, Dr. Gardner proposes eight different intelligences to account for a broader range of human potential in children and adults.” Dr Howard Gardner 4 Professor at Harvard University
  5. What are Multiple Intelligences ? How many MIs are there

    ? 5 Howard Gardner 1983 Frames of Mind The theory of multiple intelligences is a theory of intelligence that differentiates intelligence into specific 'modalities', rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single general ability. This model was proposed by Howard Gardner in his 1983 book Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. Gardner articulated eight criteria for a behavior to be considered an intelligence. Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence “word smart” Logical-mathematical Intelligence “number/reasoning smart” Visual/Spatial Intelligence “picture smart” Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence “body smart” Musical/Rhythmic Intelligence “music smart” Interpersonal Intelligence “people smart” Intrapersonal Intelligence “self smart” Naturalist Intelligence “nature smart”
  6. Multiple Intelligences Examples Jobs •Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence •Mark Twain, Gabriel García

    Márquez, poets, writers, newscasters •Logical-mathematical Intelligence •Einstein, Newton accounting, banking, medicine, scientific research, maths •Visual/Spatial Intelligence • Francisco José de Goya, Mimar Sinan artists, architecture, advertising •Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence •Lionel Messi , dancers, dramatic acting, mime, physical education, sports •Musical/Rhythmic Intelligence •Taylor Swift, music composers, music teachers, musical theatre •Interpersonal Intelligence •Atatürk, counseling, politics, sociologists, therapists, leadership •Intrapersonal Intelligence •Aristoteles, psychiatry, spiritual counseling, philosopher •Naturalist Intelligence •Jacques Cousteau,farmers, gardeners, florists, geologist, archaeologists
  7. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 7 If your students have strong linguistic intelligence they might learn better by Linguistic / Verbal - Reading - Memorizing - Playing word games (Scrabble, Anagrams, Password) - Making up rhymes, puns - Using the internet
  8. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 8 If your students have strong Logical/Mathematical intelligence they might learn better by Logical / Mathematical Learner - Recording information systematically - Setting up experiments (“What if…?”) - Playing strategy games (Chess, Checkers) - Analyzing data - Asking logical questions
  9. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 9 If your students have strong Spatial intelligence they might learn better by - Studying pictures - Watching videos - Using visual, tangible aids - Doing mazes, puzzles - Making predictions - Using the internet Spatial Learner
  10. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 10 If your students have strong Bodily / Kinesthetic intelligence they might learn better by - Doing role plays - Constructing physical examples - Exercising while reviewing - Visiting museums, institutions, parks - Asking logical questions - Using the internet Bodily/Kinesthetic Learner
  11. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 11 If your students have strong Musical intelligence they might learn better by - Listening to recordings - Talking to yourself - Making up songs - Mentally repeating information - Reading aloud - Changing tempo Musical Learner
  12. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 12 If your students have strong Interpersonel intelligence they might learn better by - Studying in groups - Comparing information with others - Interviewing experts - Relating personal experiences - Being a teamplayer - Doing cooperative projects Interpersonal Learner
  13. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 13 If your students have strong Intrapersonal intelligence they might learn better by - Avoiding distractions - Establishing personal goals - Playing solitary games - Setting own pace - Working alone - Relating personal experiences Intrapersonal Learner
  14. How can we define these 8 intelligences ? What is

    each related to ? 14 If your students have strong Naturalistic intelligence they might learn better by - Studying outside - Learning in the presence of plants & pets - Relating environmental issues to topics - Smelling, seeing touching, tasting - Observing natural phenomenon Naturalistic Learner
  15. Multiple Intelligence Why we need MIs Dr. Gardner says that,

    our schools and culture focus most of their attention on linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence. We esteem the highly articulate or logical people of our culture. However, Dr. Gardner says that we should also place equal attention on individuals who show gifts in the other intelligences. Unfortunately, many children who have these gifts don’t receive much reinforcement for them in school. Many of these kids, in fact, end up being labeled ‘learning disabled’, ‘ADD’ (Attention Deficit Disorder), or simply underachievers, when their unique ways of thinking and learning aren’t addressed by a heavily linguistic or logical mathematical classroom.”
  16. Multiple Intelligences Theory What does the theorysuggest? 16 The theory

    of multiple intelligences proposes a major transformation in the way our schools are run. It suggests that teachers be trained to present their lessons and carry out projects in a wide variety of ways using music, cooperative learning, art activities, role play, multimedia, field trips, inner reflection, technology and much more.
  17. How to Teach or Learn in 8 Different Ways 17

    One of the most remarkable features of the theory of multiple intelligences is how it provides eight different potential pathways to learning. If a teacher is having difficulty reaching a student in the more traditional linguistic or logical ways of instruction, the theory of multiple intelligences suggests several other ways in which the material might be presented to facilitate effective learning.
  18. 8 Different Ways 18 Whatever you are teaching or learning

    and whatever your project is about see how you might connect it with:
  19. 19 Imagine Your Classroom!

  20. Multiple Intelligence in the Classroom Classroom activities frequently activate and

    utilize more than one of the multiple intelligences. - Group discussion - Verbal-Linguistic; Interpersonal - Journal writing - Intrapersonal; Verbal/Linguistic - Choreography - Musical-Rhythmic; Verbal-Linguistic; Interpersonal - Constructing timelines - Logical-Mathematical; Visual-Spatial - Putting on a play - Musical-Rhythmic; Verbal/Linguistic; Interpersonal; Visual- Spatial - Making a video - Logical-Mathematical, Musical-Rhythmic; Verbal/Linguistic; Interpersonal; Visual-Spatial - Writing a report or essay - Verbal-Linguistic - Making graphs - Logical-Mathematical; Visual-Spatial - Designing posters - Verbal-Linguistic, Visual-Spatial - Communicating with peers or experts online - Verbal-Linguistic; Interpersonal - Hands-on experimentation - Kinesthetic; Logical/Mathematical - Composing a song - Musical/Rhythmic; Verbal-Linguistic - Building a model or 3-D displays - Kinesthetic; Logical-Mathematical
  21. Teaching Example 21 For example, if you’re teaching or learning

    about the law of supply and demand, you might ; - Read about it (linguistic) - Study mathematical formulas that express it (logical/mathematical) - Examine a graphic chart that illustrates the principle (spatial) - Observe the law in the natural world (naturalist) - Observe the law in the human world of commerce (interpersonal) - Examine the law in terms of your own body, e.g. when you supply your body with lots of food, the hunger demands goes down; when there’s very little supply, your stomach’s demand for food goes way up and you get hungry (bodily-kinesthetic/intrapersonal) - Write a song that demonstrates the law (musical)
  22. Project Activity Example 22 For example, if you’re running an

    eTwinning Project about any topic with a topic in your school curriculum, you might ; Involve all the students in your class in the project activities by grouping the students according to their learning styles. HOW ?
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  24. Traditional vs MI

  25. 25 How can I know what kind of a learner

    I am ? Please go to the link and find out ! http://www.literacynet.org/mi/assessment /findyourstrengths.html
  26. Multiple Intelligences Video Please go to the link to watch

    the video ! 26
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  28. Thank You ! adiltugyan@hotmail.com 28