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Nick Ruggieri Gardner 2/26/13 Covering A Broad Spectrum in Education When examining two different articles on Gardner, they both discussed about his life as well as his theory of multiple intelligence. This theorist believed that there were 7 different forms of intelligence that one could use to acquire knowledge and that students learned in a multitude of ways. These seven different forms differed from intrapersonal to musical to linguistic and it is the teacher’s job to reach out to all of these different learners. This theory could be used in the classroom in two different ways; for one you could actually use the different intelligences as a project, and secondly, you can combined all the vary intelligences into one project. When speaking of using the different intelligences as a project, I think it would be good for students to identify how they learn and then mix and match them so they are not with the same learners when working on projects. This will allow students to know a little more about how they learn,
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  • Spring '13
  • Fisher
  • Theory of multiple intelligences, different forms, different intelligences

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