Understanding_Our_Students

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Understanding Our Students Multiple Intelligences and Diverse Learning Styles
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Essential Question : How are students “smart” in  different ways?; How can we use Multiple  Intelligence Theory in in the classroom?   Objectives: Teacher candidates will be able to Articulate the multidimensional aspects of intelligence Analyze how perceptions of intelligence can influence teaching and learning Evaluate Multiple Intelligences and related theories and apply them to the teaching of their own subject areas
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Quick Write: I believe someone is intelligent when he/she can…… Does your understanding of intelligence align more with the hereditarian or environmentalist perspective? Briefly explain.
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Conceptions of Intelligence Hereditarian vs. Environmentalist perspective What do typical tests of “intelligence” generally measure? Sternberg’s definition The ability to learn and to think using previously discovered patterns and relationships to solve new problems in
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