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Definition

Learner-based philosophy that characterizes human intelligences as having multiple dimensions that must be acknowledged and developed in education.

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Traditional IQ Test

1) Based on Stanford-Binet
2) Logic | Language
3) Intelligence is single, unchanged

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Intelligence, according Gardner

1) All humans have = intelligences
2) Different strengths and combinations of intelligences
3) Enhanced through training and practice

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Learner, according Gardner

Possessing individual learning styles, preferences, or intelligences

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Signs, according Gardner

Clues as an intelligence having a distinct development and evolutionary history

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Author

Howard Gardner – Harvard

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Native Intelligences

1) Linguistic
2) Kinesthetic
3) Logic-mathematical
4) Interpersonal
5) Intrapersonal
6) Spatial
7) Musical
8) Naturalist

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Linguistic

o Use language creatively
o Lawyers | Writers | Editors | Interpreters

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Logical-mathematical

o Think rationally
o Doctors | Engineers | Programmers | Scientists

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Spatial

o Form mental world models
o Architects | Decorators | Sculptors | Painters

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Musical

o Good ear for music
o Singers | Composers

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Kinesthetic

o Well-coordinated body
o Athletes | Craft persons

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Interpersonal

o Work well with people
o Salespeople | Politicians | Teachers

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Intrapersonal

o Understand oneself
o Happy / Well-adjusted people

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Naturalist

o Understand and organize the patterns of nature

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Other no native intelligences

1) Emotional
2) Mechanical
3) Practical

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Interpreters MI

Armstrong
1) Framework for rethinking school education

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Lacks of MI

1) How does MI relate to any existing language?
2) Central to the whole life of the language learner and user
-Language is integrated with other intelligences
-Language is not limited to a linguistics perspectives

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Aspects of language not covered by linguistics intelligence

1) Rhythm
2) Tone
3) Volume
4) Pitch

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Common View of Intelligence Measure

1) Single factor (g)
- The ability to deal with cognitive complexity
- Intelligence = Hierarchy with g at the apex

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2) Gardner view of Intelligence Measure

1) Cluster separate mental abilities that share the pinnacle of the top of intelligence
- If someone has a high musical intelligence, he will learn most quickly a new language when the content is embedded in a musical frame.

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Objetive MI

1) Language class = Setting for a series of educational support systems
- Making language learner a better designer of his own experiences

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Syllabus MI

1) Stage 1 – Awaken the Intelligence
2) Stage 2 – Amplify the Intelligence
3) Stage 3 – Teach with the Intelligence
4) Stage 4 – Transfer of the Intelligence

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Projects

1) Multiple intelligence
2) Curriculum-based
3) Thematic-based
4) Resource-based
5) Student-choice

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Classroom setting

1) Play to strength (Kinesthetic | Musical)
2) Variety is the spice (8 MI)
3) Pick a tool to suit the job (MI Activity)
4) All sizes fit one (Whole person)
5) Me and my people (Culture and Intelligences)

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Teacher Role

1) Understand MI model
2) Administer MI inventory
3) Curriculum developers
4) Language teachers
5) Major contributors of developing MI

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Learners Role

1) Engaged in the process
2) See their goals
3) Take MI inventory
4) Develop their MI profile

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Conclusion

1) Learners are unique and to developing instruction
2) MI Literature = Rich source of classroom ideas
3) Language programs = MI perspective