Unit 3 Activating Intelligences in class

As one notes from the previous two Units, Multiple Intelligences theory does not suggest prescribed strategies, but it can be used as a framework for developing well-rounded activities, instructional strategies and assessment procedures. This Unit further explains how this theory enhances participants understanding with opportunities to plan and moderate our learning process, choosing from a variety of resources and reflecting upon the information we gain, individually and collaboratively; as in an MI classroom.u00a0


Participants will be able to:

  • Identify the 6 common themes linked to MI instruction

  • Present one of the 6 common themes and reflect on MI-inspired actvities

  • Reflect on their existing practices and the impact of the MI approach