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Birmingham Grid for Learning - Multiple Intelligences (Secondary)

Birmingham Grid for Learning - Multiple Intelligences (Secondary)

multiple intelligences - howard gardners multiple intelligences theory - visual auditory kinesthetic learnings styles VAK model multiple intelligences theory Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory was first published in Howard Gardner's book, Frames Of Mind (1983), and quickly became established as a classical model by which to understand and teach many aspects of human intelligence, learning style, personality and behaviour - in education and industry. Howard Gardner initially developed his ideas and theory on multiple intelligences as a contribution to psychology, however Gardner's theory was soon embraced by education, teaching and training communities, for whom the appeal was immediate and irresistible - a sure sign that Gardner had created a classic reference work and learning model. Howard Gardner was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania USA in 1943 to German Jewish immigrant parents, and entered Harvard in 1961, where, after Gardner's shift from history into social relations (which included psychology, sociology, and anthropology) he met his early mentor Erik Erikson. multiple intelligences tests see also

Hazards in the Retail Workplace Hazards in the Retail Workplace This guide was created to help make the legal language of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) easier to understand. We hope the combination of the OSHA standards with photos of hazards will help you spot and eliminate dangerous situations. We invite you to read on and be alert for these hazards in your own workplace. Contact your Union Representative with questions or concerns. Click here to download the printer-friendly guide. BESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswyBESbswy What Is Your Learning Style? What Is Your Learning Style? This quiz asks 24 questions and will take less than five minutes to complete. Try not to think too hard -- just go with your first thought when describing your daily activities and interests. By the end, you may have some new insights into your learning preferences. Editor's Note (2013): There is no scientific evidence, as of yet, that shows that people have specific, fixed learning styles or discrete intelligences, nor that students benefit when teachers target instruction to a specific learning style or intelligence.

Pour quels métiers êtes-vous fait ? Test d'orientation gratuit Free Classic AudioBooks. Digital narration for the 21st Century Safe-T1 The retail industry employs more people than any other industry sector in Australia - about 15% of all jobs. It also has the highest percentage of young workers - 40% of workers are under 25 years of age. For most young people their first job is likely to be in the retail industry. There are three main parts of the retail industry: food retailingpersonal and household goodsmotor vehicle retailing and services. There are many jobs that young workers can do in the retail industry. sales assistant shelf stacker in a supermarketcheckout operator in a supermarketapprentice in butchers or bakersdelivery person. There are hazards in all industries. The chance that these hazards will result in an injury for young workers is higher when combined with risk factors such as: lack of supervisionlack of trainingworking aloneworking at nightworking long daysundertaking repetitive tasksbeing uninformed about their rightstrying to impress the boss, supervisor or co-workers. Ben works at a petrol station.

Differentiating Instruction Whether you teach first grade or AP Calculus, your class is certain to have a variety of learners. Perhaps you have some ESL/ELL students, some learning support, some emotional support, some gifted, and some very “average.” TeachersFirst has resources to help you understand and adapt for student differences, including general ideas for any and all students and for specific student needs. For Any and All Students: Browse examples Many TeachersFirst resource reviews include differentiation suggestions and practical ways a resource can help you meet individual needs. For Specific Student Needs: Autism and Aspergers Find resources and information to help you understand and work with this increasing population. Adapt-a-Strategy for ESL/ELL Adapt your existing lesson plans using these simple strategies to help ESL students. Gifted Special Ed Special Ed regulations change frequently, and many are specific to your state.

TimesTables Communication 4 All Resources to Support Inclusion This has opened in a separate window - just exit to return to the Numeracy page. Time Tables Booklet: click the image to download A4 Multiplication square: click the image to download Times tables strategy cards: click the image to download Click on the images to download these resources: Times Tables Posters, 2-12 These posters not available in reversed (Scottish) format. Also available Excel Times Table Self Checking Quiz, 2-10 A4 times table fact sheet: 2s, 5s and 10s Also available in Reversed (Scottish) Format Also available -Double sided times table fact sheet: 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s and 10s (now available in Reversed (Scottish) Format) and a foldable times table helper for 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s and 10s (now available in Reversed (Scottish) Format) Times Tables Loop Cards Also available for 3x Table and 4x Table

Youthwork Links and Ideas: Activities Groups If you need help NOW, click for hot line numbers in several countries Dividing Into Smaller Groups Try some of these ideas when you want to add some fun and challenge to the process of dividing into smaller groups. To print these activities for future reference, go to Dividing Into Pairs Opposites Attract. Commonalities. First Names. Line Ups. Finding "Twins". Name That Partner. Picture Puzzles. Pick a Number. Dividing Into Groups Cries of Animals. Values Clarification. Shake, Rattle and Roll. Form A Band. Blue Sky. Pictures. Playing Cards. Arm/Finger Cross. 1) Have everyone cross their arms across their chest. Barnyard. Finding "Clones". Rainbow. Seven Dwarfs. Hair Bands. by Jim Cain and Barry Jolliff by Karl Rohnke by Karl Rohnke by Sidney B. Email: Youthwork Links and Ideas

Welcome to Units of Sound Daphne Koller: Online ed won't replace the traditional model Dive Brief: Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller argues that online courses are more effective for teaching basic skills but expects traditional classroom experiences to hold their prestige and social benefits. In a conversation about the future of education with the Wall Street Journal, Koller advocated a blended model in which core content is learned online and classroom time is used for more interactive assignments. With Coursera, Koller plans to expand international enrollment with courses in languages other than English, and she’s gearing up for the first online MBA program at the University of Illinois, according to the article. Dive Insight: Koller co-founded Coursera in 2011 with fellow Stanford professor Andrew Ng. Recommended Reading The Wall Street Journal: Daphne Koller on the future of online education

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