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“…Multiple intelligences describe an individual’s strengths or capacities; learning styles describe an individual’s traits that relate to where and how one best learns” (Tomlinson, 2001). This week you’ve read about the importance of getting to know your students in order to create relevant and engaging lesson plans that cater to multiple intelligences and are multimodal. Assignment Instructions: A. Using SurveyMonkey (Links to an external site.) , create a survey that has:
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At least five questions based on Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences At least five additional questions on individual learning style inventory A specific targeted student population grade level (elementary/ middle/ high school/adults) Include the survey link for your peers B. Post a minimum 150 word introduction to your survey, using at least one research-based article (cited in APA format) explaining how it will: Evaluate students’ levels of readiness. Use knowledge of the student's Multiple Intelligences, Learning Style Preferences, and Levels of Readiness to assist in the creation of differentiated lesson plans. Instructor Guidance Week 2
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This week you will: Explain the importance of readiness and its relevance to creating a differentiated classroom. Interpret learning styles and multiple intelligences as a foundation for differentiated instruction. Analyze classroom behavior management strategies that address diverse student populations. Congratulations for completing the first week of class! Next, we will move on to Week Two where you will explore how to evaluate readiness prior to starting a new lesson, and its importance for preparing students for success. You will also review how learning styles influence your students’ engagement in your lesson and its impact on information retention. Finally, you will learn how to create a classroom management system that encompasses diverse student populations.
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  • Fall '16
  • Christopher L. Litten, MA, Ph.D.

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