Ashford Week 1 Assignment Final

Ashford Week 1 Assignment Final - MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 1...

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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 1 Describe the Nine types of Multiple Intelligences and Importance in Teaching and Learning Donald Walborn EDU 648: Teaching and Learning with Technology Benjamin Kirgan June 19, 2016
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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 2 Abstract This paper is going to look at the nine different multiple intelligences that Howard Gardner recognizes as being important in teaching and learning and how the different articles look at certain intelligences from their view points and area of study they are conducting. This paper will look into describing the nine intelligences and explaining the importance of recognizing various types. Then look to see what happens when these intelligences are not spotted in the teaching and learning world. Teachers, educators, and learners may see these intelligences in their own way, each having their own view. If educators are looking for these intelligences instead of over them people should be on the same path and see that individuals have many different ways of learning. Whether young, middle aged, or into your senior, the learning population have always had their own ways of taking information in that is being taught to them. People want new technology, but schools are in an old way of teaching and applying tests. Learners need one to catch up to the other in order to retain and be successful.
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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES 3 Describe the Nine types of Multiple Intelligences and Importance in Teaching and Learning Multiple intelligences (MI) came around in the mid 1980’s when Howard Gardner came up with a theory for his idea. To view a different way of learning. To have a new process, a new set of guidelines to dig deeper into one self when learning and to also have a better way to evaluate when teaching. That is better than the traditional or old styles of presenting and learning just to pass a test. Describing Nine types of Intelligences Gardner see’s that everyone has all of these Multiple Intelligences (MI) inside them.
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