Creating Multiple Intelligence Lessons and Units

This workshop is designed for curriculum support personnel to create a common perspective and approach to apply the theory of multiple intelligences (Howard Gardner’s approach) to lesson and unit design.

This workshop is designed for curriculum support personnel to create a common perspective and approach to apply the theory of multiple intelligences (Howard Gardner’s approach) to lesson and unit design. The workshop begins with an exploration of the participants’ multiple intelligences and an explanation of the development and definition of each area. The participants are then led through a process of enhancing existing lessons with MI approaches, followed by a step-by-step process to create new MI units of study. Next, the presenter discusses approaches for evaluating student progress. Lastly, the participants explore 1.0 and 2.0 technology tools that can help address unit goals and objectives. The workshop concludes with a self-evaluation of participants’ reflection of what they know and what they need to further hone.

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Administrators
Curriculum Specialists
Instructors

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