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Up to this point in the workshop, you have gained a basic background into the theory of multiple intelligences and how others are using it in their classrooms. In this section of the workshop, you will explore practical options for getting students to begin to realize and develop their multiple intelligences.

Through tips, guides, and strategies from theory experts and teachers, you will receive a good foundation for applying M.I. activities into your curriculum.
How will we explore multiple intelligences theory in the classroom?
How do I apply multiple intelligences (M.I.) theory in my classroom?
What are some simple ways to get started?
What are some of the challenges I may face?
How do I assess students' progress?
How does curriculum align with state and national standards?
How does technology complement the M.I. approach?
How do I work with my school, the parents, and the community?


How will we explore multiple intelligences theory in the classroom?

We will explore three kinds of examples:

1Those where teachers can use multiple intelligences theory to structure subject matter 2Some examples where teachers use multiple intelligences theory to identify opportunities for expression and demonstration of understanding 3A few where students' understanding of their own multiple intelligences helps shape their education.
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