Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences

ISBN-10: 0205363903

ISBN-13: 9780205363902

Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)

Authors: Linda Campbell, Bruce Campbell, Dee Dickinson

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@SUMMARY= Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences is an outstanding resource that offers expert analysis of Dr. Howard Gardner's "Theory of Multiple Intelligences" - and the knowledge to extend this theory to effective classroom practice. Every teacher can develop students' eight intelligences and teach basic skills through multiple modes. Ready-to-use assessment tools and lesson plans make this book a unique starting point and reference guide. The intelligences are defined throughout, and the authors provide a checklist for identifying them, suggest environmental considerations, and offer related teaching strategies.
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List price: $85.80
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/7/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.024
Language: English

Introduction: Many Kinds of Intelligence
A Word about the Third Edition
A Definition of Human Intelligence
A Description of the Eight Intelligences
About the Authors
A Multiple Intelligences Inventory
Intelligent Environments
What This Book Offers
A Way With Words: Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
Writing through a Lifetime
Definition: Understanding Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
Checklist: Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence Qualities
Verbal-Linguistic Learning Processes
Establishing a Verbal-Linguistic Learning Environment
Listening to Learn
Keys to Effective Listening
Listening to Stories and Reading Aloud
Listening to Poetry
Teachers as Storytellers
Listening to Lectures
Students as Storytellers
Classroom Discussions
Finding Materials
Words in the Classroom
Reading Across the Curriculum
Reading for Understanding
Categories of Writing
Writing Across the Curriculum
Writing Options for all Content Areas
Getting Started with Writing
The Real Work of Writing
Writing Groups
Technology That Enhances Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
Verbal-Linguistic References
The Calculating Mind: Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
For the Love of Numbers
Definition: Understanding Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
Checklist: Logical-Mathematical Intelligence Qualities
Logical-Mathematical Learning Processes
Establishing a Logical-Mathematical Learning Environment
The Teaching of Logic
The Scientific Method
Thinking Scientifically Across the Curriculum
Deductive Logic
Venn Diagrams
Inductive Logic
Enhancing Thinking and Learning
Mediating Learning
Questioning Strategies
Mathematical Thinking Processes
Working with Numbers
Averages and Percentages
Story Problems Across the Curriculum
Math Themes for All Subject Areas
Technology That Enhances Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
Logical-Mathematical References
Moving to Learn: Kinesthetic Intelligence
Paula's Dance
Definition: Understanding Kinesthetic Intelligence
Checklist: Tactile-Kinesthetic Qualities
Tactile-Kinesthetic Learning Processes
Establishing the Physical Learning Environment
Classroom Zones
Formal Theatre
Role Playing
Creative Drama
Creative Movement
Understanding Bodily-Knowing
Introducing Creative Movement Activities
Applying Creative Movement to the Basic Skills
Elements of Dance Warm-Ups
A Sequence for Learning through Dance
Task Cards
Task Card Puzzles
Junk Drawer Manipulatives
Classroom Games
Scavenger Hunts
Large Floor Games
Total Physical Response Games
A Generic Review Game
Physical Education
Characteristics of a Physically Educated Person
Expeditionary Learning
Exercise Breaks
Quick Energizers
Ten Shin Go So
The Eight Treasures
Eye Exercises
Waking Up
Calming Down
Field Trips
Field Trip Guidelines
Technology That Enhances Kinesthetic Intelligence
Kinesthetic References
Everyone Is an Artist: Visual-Spatial Intelligence
Sarah's Story
Definition: Understanding Visual-Spatial Intelligence
Checklist: Visual-Spatial Qualities
Visual-Spatial Learning Processes
Establishing a Visual Learning Environment
Visual Tools
Intentional Display Areas
Peripheral Stimuli
Changing Perspective through Rotating Seating
Nonverbal Communication
Pictorial Representation
Flow Charts
Visual Outlines
Unit Charts
Visual Chart Starters
Visual Notetaking and Brainstorming Tools
Concept Mapping
Classroom Imagery
Visual Memory Techniques
Visual Variety in Learning Materials
Highlighting with Color
Varying Shapes
Visual Accompaniment for Lectures, Discussions, or Readings
Board and Card Games
Guidelines for Making Board Games
Card Games
Learning to Think Like an Architect
Getting Started with Architecture in the Classroom
The Visual Arts
Art as an Instructional Tool
Blending the Visual and Language Arts
Integrating Art and Math
Integrating the Arts at the High School Level
Art Across the Curriculum
Technology That Enhances Visual-Spatial Intelligence
Visual-Spatial References
Tuning In: Musical Intelligence
Danny's Song
Definition: Understanding Musical Intelligence
Checklist: Musical Qualities
Musical Learning Processes
Establishing a Musical Learning Environment
Introducing Music into the Classroom
Listening to Music
Songs in the Content Areas
Music for Skill Building
Musical Spelling
Music and Learning Skills
Teaching Reading Musically
Improving Language Skills with Music
Music Across the Curriculum
Warming Up to Singing
Nonsense Sounds
Choral Reading
Musical Notation
Introducing the Concept of Musical Notation
Creating Curriculum Songs
Jump-Starting Creativity with Music
Making Musical Instruments in the Classroom
Using Instruments Creatively
Technology That Enhances Musical Intelligence
Musical References
Understanding One Another: Interpersonal Intelligence
Working Together to Accomplish the Impossible
Definition: Understanding Interpersonal Intelligence
Checklist: Interpersonal Qualities
Interpersonal Learning Processes
Establishing a Positive Interpersonal Environment
Criteria for Effective Groups
Determining Class Values and Rules
Determining Schoolwide Values
Class Meetings
Collaborative Learning
Collaborative Grouping Considerations
Student Roles
Social Skills
Cooperative Learning Activities
Conflict Management
Common Causes of Conflict
Learning through Service
Incorporating Service into a School Program
Reflecting on Service Learning
Service Resources
Appreciating Differences
Teaching Students about Learning Styles
Developing Multiple Perspectives
Who Are We?
Understanding Diverse Points of View
Role Playing Current Events from Diverse Perspectives
Global Perspectives in the Curriculum
Systems Wheel
Local and Global Problem-Solving
Multicultural Education
Teaching with a Multicultural Perspective
Understanding Cultural Diversity through the Arts
Technology That Enhances Interpersonal Intelligence
Interpersonal References
The World Within: Intrapersonal Intelligence
Bill's Inner World
Definition: Understanding Intrapersonal Intelligence
Checklist: Intrapersonal Qualities
Intrapersonal Learning Processes
Establishing an Environment to Nurture the Sense of Self
Characteristics of Schools That Enhance Self-Esteem
Self-Esteem Enhancers: Learning to Love Oneself
Compliment Circles
Individual Acknowledgement
Peer Support
Guidelines for Enhancing Self-Esteem
Setting and Achieving Goals
Challenging Students to Learn
Olympian Goal-Setting
Thinking Skills
Emotionally Intelligent Education
Engaging Feelings in the Classroom
Establishing an Environment that Permits Emotional Expression
Identifying Feelings
Expressing Emotions
Educating for Human Values
Journal Writing
Suggestions for Classroom Journal Writing
Journals for Personal Insight
Getting to Know Oneself through Others
Gaining Intrapersonal Insights through Interpersonal Feedback
Reflecting on the Wonder and Purpose of Life
Classroom Activities to Nurture a Sense of Wonder
Finding Purpose in School and Life
Self-Directed Learning: An Intrapersonal Approach
Suggestions for Implementing Self-Directed Learning
Technology That Enhances Intrapersonal Intelligence
Intrapersonal References
The World around Us: Naturalist Intelligence
Rachel Carson's Legacy
Definition: Understanding Naturalist Intelligence
Checklist: Naturalist Intelligence Qualities
Naturalist Learning Processes
Establishing a Naturalist Learning Environment
The Big Picture
Classroom Museums
Naturalist Curriculum Themes
Natural Science Themes
Nature as Curriculum
Supradisciplinary Themes
Improving Observation
Sightless Observations
Looking Closely
Drawing as Close Observation
Field Logs
Perceiving Relationships
Noting Distinctions among Similar Items
It's Classified!
Making Collections
More Classifying Suggestions
Understanding Interdependence
Forging Community Relationships
Hypothesizing and Experimenting
Developing a Questioning Frame of Mind
Naturalist Learning Centers
Equipping Naturalist Centers
Naturalist Center Activities
Outdoor Naturalist Activities
Learning Naturally
Technology That Enhances Naturalist Intelligence
Naturalist References
Curriculum Development through the Multiple Intelligences
The Art in Science
Implications of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences for Curriculum
Lesson Planning through the Multiple Intelligences
A Lesson Planning Matrix
Interdisciplinary Units
Interdisciplinary Planning with Developmental Sequences
Interdisciplinary Schoolwide Approaches at the Secondary Level
Intelligence Teams
The Benefits of Teaming
Curriculum Development for Intelligence Development
A Learning Center's Instructional Format
Project Spectrum
Curriculum Bias
Project-Based Curriculums
Guidelines for Effective Projects
Sample Programs That Are Part of the Regular School Day
Extracurricular Apprenticeships
Apprenticeship Possibilities
Teaching for Understanding
Principles of Teaching for Understanding
A Rubric for Education for Understanding
Education for Understanding Curriculum Development Rubric
Curriculum Development References
Dissolving the Boundaries: Assessment That Enhances Learning
Assessing Success
A Nation Assesses
Principles to Guide Classroom Assessment
Assessment Captures Growth over Time
Assessment Is Multidimensional
Assessment Informs Instruction
Informal Assessment Is Important
Students Are Active Self-Assessors
Assessment of the Intelligences
Measuring Intelligence at Project Spectrum
Working Styles
Spectrum Reports
Perceiving Student Strengths
Assessment through the Multiple Intelligences
Sample Verbal-Linguistic Assessment Approaches
Sample Logical-Mathematical Assessment Approaches
Sample Visual-Spatial Assessment Approaches
Sample Bodily-Kinesthetic Assessment Approaches
Sample Musical Assessment Approaches
Sample Interpersonal Assessment Approaches
Sample Intrapersonal Assessment Approaches
Sample Naturalist Assessment Approaches
Processfolio Guidelines
An Assessment Schedule
Schoolwide Assessment Processes
Multiple Intelligences Report Cards
Assessment References
Lessons Learned
Educating for Intelligence
Linking Students and Their Talents
Lessons Learned from MI Programs
Students Are Multi-Talented
Instructional Repertoires Expand
MI School Curriculums Differ
Assessment Transforms
Professional Practice Appears to Transform Developmentally
Similarities in Multiple Intelligence Schools
What Are Our Next Steps?
Lessons Learned References
Name Index
Subject Index
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