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Title: Extreme Technology Makeovers


1
Extreme Technology Makeovers
  • Student Technology Tools for the Classroom

2
Agenda
  • TIG
  • LoTi
  • MI Inventory
  • Howard Gardner
  • MI Resources

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Taking It Global - www.takingitglobal.org/
  • -- Participate in our online COMMUNITY through
    creating your own updates page or posting
    comments on the discussion boards
  • -- Connect to RESOURCES listed in our database of
    youth-oriented events, organizations and
    scholarships
  • -- VOICE your views and write articles about
    something that you are currently working on,
    something that interests you, or an issue that
    you have been researching
  • -- EXPRESS yourself artistically through
    submitting art to our Global Gallery
  • -- UNDERSTAND more about the major issues facing
    the world today
  • -- Take ACTION about something you care about
    using TakingITGlobal's Guide to Action

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Multiple Intelligences Inventory
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Multiple Intelligences Inventory
  • Key
  •  
  • Section 1 This reflects your Naturalist
    strength
  • Section 2 This suggests your Musical strength
  • Section 3 This indicates your Logical strength
  • Section 4 This illustrates your Existential
    strength
  • Section 5 This shows your Interpersonal
    strength
  • Section 6 This tells your Kinesthetic strength
  • Section 7 This indicates your Verbal strength
  • Section 8 This reflects your Intrapersonal
    strength
  • Section 9 This suggests your Visual strength

7
Howard Gardner
  • Howard Gardner of Harvard University has
    identified different KINDS of intelligence we
    possess. This has particularly strong
    ramifications in the classroom, because if we can
    identify children's different strengths among
    these intelligences, we can accommodate different
    children more successfully according to their
    orientation to learning.

8
Multiple Intelligences
  • Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")
  • Logical-mathematical intelligence
    ("number/reasoning smart")
  • Spatial intelligence ("picture smart")
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence ("body smart")
  • Musical intelligence ("music smart")
  • Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart")
  • Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart")
  • Naturalist intelligence ("nature smart)

9
Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")
  • These learners process what they are learning
    through the words surrounding them. The
    opportunity to explore their world through their
    own words and through the words of other learners
    they can clarify their new learning as it relates
    to what they already know.

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Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")
  • Seaford Blogging Links - www.seaford.k12.de.us/it/
    blogging.htm
  • Current Events- www.mpressiv.com/clhs_blogs/bio_bl
    og1.htm
  • Classroom Website- www.clhs-chawks.org/courses/com
    app_web/
  • Literature Discussion- http//weblogs.hcrhs.k12.nj
    .us/secretlifeofbees/
  • Extreme Technology Makeover Wiki-
    http//etm.wikispaces.com/
  • Middle School Collaborative Wiki-
    http//hoster.wikispaces.com/

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Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")
  • Holocaust Wiki www.ahistoryteacher.com/holocaust/t
    iki-index.php
  • Playing and Learning with Words http//www.starfa
    ll.com/n/level-a/learn-to-read/load.htm?f
     http//www.eduplace.com/tales/

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Logical-mathematical intelligence
("number/reasoning smart")
  • These learners work best with problem solving and
    data collection. These learners make sense of
    their world through calculation, measurement, and
    time.

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Logical-mathematical intelligence
("number/reasoning smart")
  • Survey Monkey- www.surveymonkey.com
  • Zoomerang- http//info.zoomerang.com/
  • Value of a Home- www.zillow.com/
  • Baby Names Wizard- www.babynamewizard.com/namevoya
    ger/lnv0105.html
  • Virtual Math Manipulativeswww.matti.usu.edu/nlvm/
    nav/vlibrary.html

14
Spatial intelligence ("picture smart")
  • Illustrating and visual mapping help these
    learners see connections between the material
    being taught and what they already understand.
    These learners SEE information as all part of a
    connect scheme.

15
Spatial intelligence ("picture smart")
  • Google Earth- The coolest site!! According to
    LeeChel, one of our national trainers.
    http//earth.google.com/
  • Dynamic Graphing- www.babynamewizard.com/namevoyag
    er/lnv0105.html
  • Virtual Math Manipulatives- www.matti.usu.edu/nlvm
    /nav/vlibrary.html
  • Mr. Potato Head- http//www.cs.utk.edu/ffowler/ja
    vahtml/potato/Potato.html

16
Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence ("body smart")
  • These learners need to move to learn. They make
    connections by acting things out, building 3D
    models, and creating a movie to represent what
    they have learned.

17
Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence ("body smart")
  • Virtual Math Manipulatives- www.matti.usu.edu/nlvm
    /nav/vlibrary.html
  • Claymation Example- http//www.kamalii.k12.hi.us/C
    yberFair2001/whales_claymation_main.htm
  • Destroy the Castle- http//www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/l
    ostempires/trebuchet/destroywave.html

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Musical intelligence ("music smart")
  • Conjunction Junction whats your function? Need
    we say more? These students learn by rhyme, song,
    and music. The student who is constantly drumming
    can turn the beat from something that can be seen
    as an annoyance to something that helps them
    remember.

19
Musical intelligence ("music smart")
  • United Streaming www.unitedstreaming.com
  • School House Rock- www.school-house-rock.com/
  • Songs for Teaching- www.songsforteaching.com
  • Garage Band- http//edcommunity.apple.com/gallery/
    student/item.php?sec2itemID6952
  • Audacity- http//audacity.sourceforge.net/

20
Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart")
  • These people learn best when talking or working
    with other people. These learners build consensus
    among the group by talking it out and really do
    learn best from hearing about the connections
    other students are making.

21
Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart")
  • The National Coalition for Dialogue and
    Deliberation- www.thataway.org/resources/index.htm
    l
  • Taking it Global- www.takingitglobal.org
  • Inner Circle/ Outer Circle Debate-
    http//www.education-world.com/a_lesson/03/lp304-0
    5.shtml
  • StumbleUpon - www.stumbleupon.com/

22
Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart")
  • These students need time to reflect and dialogue
    with themselves in order to make meaning out of
    their learning. Journals, dialectic notebooks,
    blogs, and other tools that give these learners a
    focused way to reflect back on what they have
    heard and how it connects to what they already
    know are great tools for this group.

23
Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart")
  • Seaford Blogging Links - www.seaford.k12.de.us/it/
    blogging.htm
  • Extreme Technology Makeover Wiki-
    http//etm.wikispaces.com/
  • The Write Source- http//thewritesource.com/models
    .htm
  • West Blatchington Junior School Weblogs -
    www.westblatchblogs.org

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Naturalist intelligence ("nature smart)
  • These students want to be outdoors. They want to
    know how they are learning connects with nature
    and animals, and they make excellent
    environmentalists.
  • Audio and video cameras - record natural world
  • Digital cameras - record natural world, field
    trips
  • Word processing - journaling, natural information
  • Data organization and calculation (database,
    spreadsheet) - observations
  • Desktop presentations (Powerpoint) - show tends
    and changes over time
  • Use microscopes and probes - nature up close

25
Naturalist intelligence ("nature smart)
  • Gardening and Geometry- http//georgiafaces.caes.u
    ga.edu/storypage.cfm?storyid970
  • Zoo based WebQuest- www.spa3.k12.sc.us/WebQuests/z
    oo/zooquest.html

26
Multiple Intelligences Links
  • Technology and Multiple Intelligences-
    http//eduscapes.com/tap/topic68.htm - This is a
    great resouce linking technology tools to MI and
    with links to student projects, and inventories
  • Surfaquarium- http//surfaquarium.com/mi/ - a
    site by Walter McKenzie that focuses on MI in
    education. Some great templates, tools, blogs,
    discussion groups, et cetera
  • Howard Gardner- www.infed.org/thinkers/gardner.htm
    - complete biography on Howard Gardner with
    references

27
Multiple Intelligences Inventories
  • www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ft
    p/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm
  • http//www.ldrc.ca/projects/miinventory/ -
    inventory http//www.ldpride.net/learningstyles.MI
    .htm
  • Tapping into Multiple Intelligences-
    http//www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/mi/
    index.html

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Menu Planner For _____________ Due __________
All items in the main course and specified of
side dishes must be completed by the due date.
You may select among the side dishes and you may
decide to do some of the desserts as well.
Main Course (complete all)
1
2
Side dishes (select ____)
1
3
2
Desserts (optional)
3
1
2
How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed-Ability
Classrooms, Carol Ann Tomlinson, 2001
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Choice A Great Motivator
  • Student generated writing prompts
  • Where to sit
  • Order of tasks
  • Negotiate rubrics
  • Author studies
  • Work alone or together
  • Due dates
  • Modes of assessment
  • Partners
  • Roles
  • Variety
  • Personal word lists
  • Design a day

30
  • Technology does not necessarily improve
    education. Take a simple innovation like the
    pencil One can use it to write a superlative
    essay, to drum away the time, or to poke out
    someones eye.

Shirley Veenema Howard Garner
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  • Extreme Technology Makeover Wiki-
    http//etm.wikispaces.com
  • tafishburn_at_comcast.net
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