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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Studying Intelligence: History, Psychologists & Theories
Course SummaryIt is important that academic institutions consider that intelligence is not a singularly-measurable concept and teachers should understand that multiple intelligences exist. These helpful lessons provide insight into strategies and tools teachers can use to address this concept in their classroom.
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From an overview of multiple intelligence theories to teaching strategies and activities educators can use to enhance the diverse needs of their students, this course is an essential tool for current and aspiring teachers seeking to ensure a positive learning experience in their classroom. Those referring to these lessons can further develop their understanding of how to use technological tools and devices, apply assessment methodologies and incorporate multiple intelligences in the classroom.
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This course contains several chapters consisting of video and text lessons that learners can access 24/7 from any device, making this review convenient and allowing for a flexible study schedule. Teachers can go over this information while between classes or at home. Quizzes and chapter exams provide a means that teachers can measure what they have learned and demonstrate their readiness in incorporating strategies and approaches described in this course.
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- Video lessons that take only minutes to review and allow users to jump to parts that focus on topics one wishes to concentrate on
- Text lessons with summaries that provide a way teachers can quickly review what is contained in the lesson
- Self-assessment quizzes to help teachers measure their readiness in moving from one lesson to the next
- Chapter exams to allow teachers to demonstrate that they fully understanding all topics within a chapter as they progress through the course
- A final exam so teachers can determine that they have fully grasped all concepts and are ready to apply what they have learned in their own classrooms
How It Helps
- Details helpful strategies: Outlines the use of technology and activities that can be used to help students learn according to their type of intelligence and abilities.
- Builds awareness of educational technology: Describes types of technological tools that can be implemented in the classroom to support diverse learning styles and multiple intelligences.
- Increases student success: Discusses teaching and assessment methods that help teachers develop more effective lesson plans and assessments to ensure student development and achievement.
- Understanding multiple intelligences theories and their application in school settings
- Applying teaching strategies to address multiple intelligences in a diverse student body
- Implementing the use of technology and multimedia activities to engage diverse students in the classroom
- Developing lesson plan and assessment rubrics using an understanding of multiple intelligences
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