Multiple Intelligences Flipbook

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Multiple Intelligences Flipbook


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The theory of Multiple Intelligences (M.I.) was introduced by Howard Gardener in 1983. He identified nine areas of strengths that can be found in individuals to a greater or lesser degree. This philosophy enlarges the view of what it means to be intelligent. It also provides a guide for exploring the different passion areas of students. Tapping into students' areas of multiple intelligences (passion areas) drives rigorous learning and engagement levels. Now with world-wide acknowledgement of his theory the question no longer is “How smart are you?” it’s “How are you smart?” This flipbook includes:

  • M.I. Profile List
  • M.I. Philosophy Overview
  • Past & Present Famous M.I. Entrepreneurs
  • M.I. Tic-Tac-Toe of 36 passion exploration areas
  • 9 tips for using M.I. in instruction/lesson planning
  • M.I. Observation Log
  • M.I. Product Chart (36 options)
  • M.I. Traits and Behaviors Chart
  • “That’s Me” M.I. Behaviors/Traits Questions
  • M.I. Books and Resource List

Size:  5.25 x 6.5 inches


How often do you find yourself with stacks of "stuff" when you return from a conference or training? And rarely do you have the time to go back through and find all the new tips and techniques you discovered and want to use immediately in your classroom! These new resources are designed as desktop aides to have at your "fingertips" when you return from a conference or finish a book study and want to remember the most important things to use during you daily instruction. Also they are great reminders of some of your favorite teaching strategies - right on top of your desk! They also contain references and resources you can quickly access to further your exploration of each topic. These simple, practical publications can also be purchased by administrators as sets for teachers to assist them in leading and changing instructional focus in the classroom.