Purposeful Learning Through Multiple Intelligences (EDEX 189)

3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit

Course Overview

Gain an in-depth understanding of the characteristics of each of the intelligences. Understand the diverse strategies for teaching thought the intelligences and develop various entry points for integrating the intelligences into a school-wide program.

Understand the Multiple Intelligences.

  • Identify your own multiple intelligences profile.
  • Understand how Gardner's research has identified the intelligences and the criteria upon which the intelligences are validated.
  • Recognize how others express multiple intelligences.

Explore Individual Intelligences.

  • Identify the subcapacities (skill sets) of each of the multiple intelligences.
  • Understand the full dimension of each of the intelligences by experiencing them through various activities.
  • Identify instructional strategies used to enhance and support the multiple intelligences.

Incorporate the Intelligences into your classroom.

  • Design lessons that integrate the multiple intelligences with course content.
  • Learn how to support the multiple intelligences though aspects of your classroom environment.

Create school-wide integrated plans.

  • Understand the myths and realities of applying multiple intelligences with other reforms such as Centers, Portfolios, and Thematic Instruction.
  • Integrate multiple intelligences into your school's existing school reform.

INSTRUCTOR

This course is offered through Performance Learning Systems. PLS instructors are experienced classroom teachers and possess excellent facilitation skills.

SYLLABUS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

COST

$440 (Plus a $35 materials fee)

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