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How Multiple intelligences theory can be used by teachers

Project Info
Course center Provider: Europe for all
PIC: 948745070 OID: E10049367

Locations: Milano Italy; Cork Ireland ; Częstochowa Poland
Category: Teaching Method

MOTIVATION

Over the past few decades, research in the field of learning has led to the discovery of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences. In short, this theory states that each person has different ways of learning and different intelligences they use in their daily lives.

While some can learn very well in a linguistically-based environment (reading and writing), others are better taught through mathematical-logic based learning. Still others benefit most from body-kinesthetic intelligence (learning by doing with the hands).

Each person possesses each intelligence to an extent, but there is always a primary, or more dominant, intelligence.

Students learn in ways that are identifiably distinctive. The broad spectrum of students—and perhaps the society as a whole—would be better served if disciplines could be presented in a number of ways and learning could be assessed through a variety of means.” In 2010, Bas and Beyhan presented findings based on their study of using Multiple Intelligences theory in learning English. They determined that MI-based learning is more effective in terms of student achievement levels and their attitudes toward learning. Their research supports Gardner’s assertion that MI-based learning will serve students well.

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METHOD

When we talk about the method we talk about strengthening the metacognitive attitude. The theory of multiple intelligences expands our horizon of available teaching and learning tools beyond the conventional linguistic and logical methods used in most schools (e.g. lecture, textbooks, writing assignments, formulas, etc.).

The theory of multiple intelligences expands our horizon of available teaching and learning tools beyond the conventional linguistic and logical methods used in most schools (e.g. lecture, textbooks, writing assignments, formulas, etc.).

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OUTCOMES

When educators are given the freedom to move away from the traditional, visually-based methods of teaching, they will have the opportunity to reach more students, more effectively. By teaching to the dominant learning intelligences, teachers will find students to be more productive, more receptive and more willing to engage in the learning process.As so many educators have already embraced this theory, it is time for educational administrators to take notice of new techniques that can be successful based on the research of Howard Gardner and the other researchers who have followed.

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PROGRAMME

day /lesson 1

Welcome time, needs analysis, presentation of the program, bibliographic and study material indications, question time

day/lesson 2

I ACTIVATION: study case, workshop, presentation and discussion about results, critical approach to the case, question time

day/lesson 3

Deep learning and effectiveness in education. Schools approach in Italy, European framework of MI teaching methods, question time.

day/lesson 4

The 9 Multiple Intelligences, Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, question time.

day/lesson 5

II ACTIVATION: study case, workshop, presentation and discussion about results, critical approach to the case, question time.

day/lesson 6

School visit, meeting with staff and headteacher

day/lesson 7

Multiple Intelligence Activities, how to teach using MI, supervise the phases of one’s own learning, How do we benefit from understanding multiple intelligences, question time.

day/lesson 8

Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons, Identify the Intelligences in Your Classroom, question time.

day/lesson 9

III ACTIVATION: study case, workshop, presentation and discussion about results, critical approach to the case, question time

day 10

Final evaluation, providing course materials and the certificate of participation.

Dates:
2021
from 27/06/2021 to 10/07/2021
from 11/07/2021 to 24/07/2021
from 12/09/2021 to 25/09/2021
from 10/10/2021 to 23/10/2021
from 21/11/2021 to 04/12/2021

2022
from 16/01/2022 to 29/01/2022
from 27/03/2022 to 09/04/2022
from 08/05/2022 to 21/05/2022
from 19/06/2022 to 02/07/2022
from 18/09/2022 to 01/10/2022
from 06/11/2022 to 19/11/2022
from 04/12/2022 to 17/12/2022

Extra date
from 00/00/2021 t0 00/00/2022*

* we can also arrange a new date for specific needs of the group.

We can also provide at accomodation, airport services etc.

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