Multiple intelligences in mathematics classroom

by Hope Martin

Publisher: IRI/Skylight Training and Pub. in Palatine, Ill

Written in English
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  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Elementary)

Edition Notes

StatementHope Martin ; [foreword by Lola J. May].
LC ClassificationsQA135.5 .M3664 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL824761M
ISBN 101575170108
LC Control Number95081187

multiple intelligences: strategies in the classroom The following list provides a survey of the techniques and materials that can be employed in teaching through the multiple intelligences. This lesson will show how Math and Science can be integrated and taught to a diverse group of students. It's focus is primarily directed to multiple intelligences in the classroom. Following is a brief description of the models included in our lesson. Apr 3, - Resources to help you teach with the multiple intelligences in mind. See more ideas about Multiple intelligences, Multiple intelligences activities and Teaching pins.

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Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United by: 5. Multiple Intelligences in the Mathematics Classroom. This book contains activities and projects designed to be congruent with three underlying philosophies: the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' Curriculum and Evaluation Standards; Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences; and manipulatives, activities, and by: 5.

Multiple intelligences in mathematics classroom. [Hope Martin] -- This volume incorporates multiple intelligences theory with the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards to produce worksheets and activities that are appropriate for middle. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition.

Thomas Armstrong. Table of Contents. About the Author. About This Book. In the decades since it was first introduced, Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences (MI) theory has transformed how people think about learning the world over. Educators using the theory have achieved remarkable. Multiple Intelligences in the Mathematics Classroom, by Hope Martin, is a great book with very practical ideas for incorporating MI into activities that homeschool parents could guide and motivated kids could work out on their own.

Howard Gardner of Harvard University in his book, Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, suggests that there are at least seven human intelligences, two of which, verbal/linguistic intelligence and logical/mathematical intelligence, have dominated the traditional pedagogy of.

Multiple intelligences and mathematics teaching John Munro It is generally recognized that mathematics ideas are learnt via constructive or building processes (von Glasserfield, ). Differences in the ways in which students do this have received less attention.

The paper finally uses the origami project to discuss how Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences and idea of entry points can be applied in mathematics classrooms to help students understand and appreciate mathematics [H.

Gardner, Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons, Basic Books, New York, ].Cited by: 6. Multiple intelligences provides a way for teachers to “expand the repertoire of techniques, tools, and strategies beyond the typical linguistic and logical ones predominately used in the U.S. classroom” (Stanford,p.

82). In meeting the needs of a diverse population of learners, teachers must varyFile Size: 53KB. In Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, Thomas Armstrong describes how educators can bring Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences into the classroom every day.

Combining clear explanations and practical advice, Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom is an excellent guide to identifying, nurturing, and supporting the unique capabilities of evey student/5. This book contains virtually every detailed thought Gardner's considered since conceptualizing the idea of multiple intelligences, this edition an update from 1st edition of We are told his research began in the 's, was nearly complete in and espoused in "Frames of Mind" inand updated herein, by:   Among the many educators who have written books on how to apply Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory to teaching practices is David Lazear.

In his book, Seven Ways of Knowing: Teaching for Multiple Intelligences, Lazear describes the “intellectual profile” as indicating students’ strengths and weaknesses and therefore instrumental in guiding teachers.

Howard Gardner, in his re-released book Frames of Mind, confirmed the theory that there are Multiple Intelligences (MI).

But, sadly, most of our schools are not fully set up to take advantage of each intelligence since universally schools focus on growing linguistic and mathematical intelligences. versity School of Medicine.

He is the author of Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (Basic Books, /), Multiple Intelligence: The Theory in Practice (Basic Books, ), Intelli-gence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century (Basic Books, ), and Multiple Intelli-gences: New Horizons (Basic Books, ).

wide variety of studies, a theory of multiple intelligences is more viable than a theory about a “g factor.” The Theory of Multiple Intelligences Based on his study of many people from different walks of life in everyday circumstances and professions, Howard Gardner (,a) developed the theory of multiple Size: KB.

classroom. There are eight distinct multiple intelligences found in students. Each intelligence is unique and every student has a blend of the eight intelligences. The thesis discusses different methods and modes for integrating multiple intelligences into the classroom, and more specifically the mathematics classroom.

The major contribution of the thesis is 22 original multiple intelligence activities for the Author: Bethany Brownlee. publishes two books with collections of interesting ideas in applying multiple intelligences in the mathematics classrooms.

The works by Adams () and Willis and Johnson () are samples of two recent studies to examine the role of multiple intelligences in the learning of mathematics among children. As Martin (, p.4) pointed out. 8 Multiple Intelligences Theory; Ideas for Classroom Activities for Multiple Intelligences.

You can learn which type of intelligence a child has by testing then design classroom activities for multiple intelligences that play to each child's strength.

Using multiple intelligence stations, or breaking children up into smaller groups according to. Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences is a wonderful book, and an argument for the thesis that there is not just one intelligence that people possess but rather multiple intelligences.

Gardner defines an intelligence as "an information-processing potential to solve problems or create products that are valued in at least one culture."4/5.

An ASCD Study Guide for Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition. This ASCD Study Guide is designed to enhance your understanding and application of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition, an ASCD book written by Thomas Armstrong and published in November No matter what, multiple intelligences can give you – and your students – a new way to approach learning.

The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. InHoward Gardner proposed the Theory of Multiple Intelligences (MI), though he has continued to revise his theory over the years. Using multiple intelligences in the classroom, on the other hand, is proven to help students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities.[11] Not all students’ strengths are within traditionally valued types of intelligence like reading or math skills.

This was due to the fact that in teaching mathematics based on the Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory, students with low mathematical intelligence have greater advance in levels of application and reasoning compared to those with high mathematical intelligences.

© Published by Elsevier Ltd. Keywords: Multiple intelligences Cited by: 7. Standardized tests often focus on the skills needed for Language, Literacy, and Mathematics achievement.

InHoward Gardner introduced the Theory of Multiple Intelligences in his book, Frames of Mind. Gardner () purposed that human beings possess eight different capacities for processing information--eight different ways of being "smart".Author: Monica Waters.

Intelligences theory in the mathematics classroom. There are eight distinct multiple intelligences that can be found in heterogeneous classrooms of students and often students have a blend of these eight intelligences.

This curriculum project discusses different methods for integrating certain multiple intelligences into the mathematics classroom.

Multiple intelligences go to school: Educational implications of the theory of multiple intelligences. Educational Researcher, 18 (8), T. Hatch and H. Gardner () ‘Finding cognition in the classroom: an expanded view of human intelligence’ in G. Salomon (ed.) Distributed Cognitions.

intelligences that are applied by science and mathematics teachers and 3) the relationship between multiple intelligences profile of science and mathematics teachers with the teaching strategies based on multiple intelligences applied in the classroom.

respondents were chosen randomly from various secondary schools in peninsular Malaysia File Size: KB. For K educators: Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, For K educators (focus on literacy): The Multiple Intelligences of Reading and Writing: Making the Words Come Alive Alexandria, VA: Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, The theory of multiple intelligences began in the United States in the s.

It was proposed by American developmental psychologist Howard Gardner in his book Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple r's theory proposed the plurality of intelligence, suggesting that there are several distinct types. The theory of multiple intelligences is so intriguing because it expands our horizon of available teaching and learning tools beyond the conventional linguistic and logical methods used in most schools (e.g.

lecture, textbooks, writing assignments, formulas, etc.). Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons. In the world of teaching and learning math, the term Multiple Intelligences crops up again and again, and the relevance of it is increasing every day as we try to learn about the learners.

As an educator, I read many resources related to this theory in the past, and have answered MI inventories with a verdict about my intelligences, but I don't.Now, in the 2nd edition of "Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom," Thomas Armstrong has updated his best-selling practical guide for educators, to incorporate new research from Gardner and others.

Gardner's original studies suggested that the mind comprises seven intelligences--linguistic, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic.The theory of multiple intelligences differentiates human intelligence into specific 'modalities', rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single general ability.

Howard Gardner proposed this model in his book Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple ing to the theory, an intelligence 'modality' must fulfill eight criteria.