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Celebrating Every Learner

Activities and Strategies for Creating a Multiple Intelligences Classroom

Wiley, J,
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Howard Gardner's groundbreaking theory applied for classroomuse
This important book offers a practical guide to understandinghow Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI) can beused in the classroom. Gardner identified eight different types ofintelligence: linguistic, logical, spatial, musical,bodily-kinesthetic, naturalist, interpersonal, and intrapersonal.Celebrating Every Learner describes the characteristics ofeach type of intelligence and follows up with ready-to-use lessonplans and activities that teachers can use to incorporate MI intheir pre-K through 6 classrooms.
* Offers a treasury of easily implemented activities for engagingall students' multiple intelligences, from the New City School, aleading elementary school at the forefront of MI education
* Provides ready-to-use lesson plans that teachers can use toincorporate MI in any elementary classroom
* Includes valuable essays on how and why to integrate MI in theclassroom
* Hoerr is the author of a bi-monthly column for EducationalLeadership as well as the editor of the "IntelligenceConnections" e-newsletter

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Titel: Celebrating Every Learner
Autoren/Herausgeber: Thomas R. Hoerr, Sally Boggeman, Christine Wallach
Ausgabe: 2. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9780470644683

Seitenzahl: 352
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Thomas R. Hoerr, Ph.D. is the Head of School at the New City School in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also the author of Becoming a Multiple Intelligences School, The Art of School Leadership, and School Leadership for the Future, as well as many articles and book chapters.
Sally Boggeman, Christine Wallach, and all of the other contributors are the dedicated teachers of the New City School.

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