MI Strategies in the Classroom and Beyond: Using Roundtable Learning

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Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, 2005 - Education - 182 pages
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This book provides a collection of practical secondary level and college classroom applications of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences to free students' learning potential and enhance creative expression. The core theme of this book is to help teachers to develop and use a practical five-step approach to engage students' strengths for deeper understanding in vibrant classroom communities. This book introduces practical lesson ideas from MITA's (Multiple Intelligences to Achievement) brain based tools that help students to accomplish things they'd never accomplished before, by using parts of their brain that they never used before. Knowledge in these interactive roundtables adds value to understanding, through inquiry, self-reflection, collaborative learning, problem-solving, and integration of skills and ideas. To further extend MITA's roundtable practices, the final chapters focus on curriculum and assessment tools that build on teachers' own best practices, for higher achievement and motivation. Provides a collection of practical secondary level and college classroom applications of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences to free students' learning potential and enhance creative expression. This book introduces practical lesson ideas from MITA's ( Multiple Intelligences to Achievement ) brain based tools that help students to accomplish things they'd never accomplished before, by using parts of their brain that they never used before. This book will be of interest to any middle, secondary or higher education faculty who wish to foster brain comaptible curriculums and learning.

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Gardners Multiple Intelligences
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