Teaching and learning through multiple intelligences

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Allyn and Bacon, 2004 - Education - 342 pages
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Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligencesin an outstanding resource that offers expert analysis of Gardner's "Theory of Multiple Intelligences"--and the knowledge to extend this theory to effective classroom practice. Broad-based and comprehensive, this text describes implications for pedagogy, team-teaching, student strengths, curriculum, assessment, community involvement, and diverse classroom models. The authors devote one chapter to each of the eight intelligences. They define intelligence, provide a checklist for identifying it, suggest environmental considerations, and offer related teaching strategies. Additional chapters survey Gardner's recent work on teaching for understanding, performance-based assessment, and model MI school programs and student outcomes.

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Linda Campbell, Ph.D., has extensive experience at all levels of education, including as a former public school K-12 teacher, and NEA School Restructuring Specialist, and currently as a professor of Education at Antioch University Seattle. In addition to serving as the University's Project Director for the Gates Foundation Early College Initiative for Native Youth, she is a consultant, and presenter. She also works with schools to promote the retention and achievement of Native American youth.

Bruce Campbell is Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literature at St. John's University in Minnesota and serves on the editorial board of the Resource Center of the Americas' newsmagazine, Connection to the Americas, and its web companion, Americas.org.

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