How can I use my child's MI

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Published on November 24, 2008

Author: geniekids


How can I use my child strength in a particular Intelligence for accelerated learning? : How can I use my child strength in a particular Intelligence for accelerated learning? Using Verbal Intelligence : Using Verbal Intelligence The key is to put it in your OWN WORDS Verbal: Use Writing : Verbal: Use Writing Writing questions (as many) on the topic Answering the (above) questions Writing crazy answers to (above) questions Writing article on the topic Writing stories, myths, funny reports etc. Writing letters or emails to friends or pen pals and discussing the topic in it. Keeping a journal or diary of learnings Writing about the topic in the form of poetry or song Word games involving the topic like crosswords, word jumble etc. Use worksheets, blank comic strips etc Write reviews, views and opinions Collect stories from newspapers, magazines and web related to the topic Create a new language to communicate the concept Write your own definitions Verbal: Use Listening : Verbal: Use Listening Listening to others talk about it Listening to audio recording of teacher Listening to an audio book Listening to his own voice recording Listening to radio or TV or podcasts Verbal: Use Talking : Verbal: Use Talking Discussing the topic with an adult or with another child Debate by each taking relatively extreme stance on the topic Speech or presentation by the child Creating and telling a story around it Reading it into a recorder (preferably use your computer as a recording device) Role playing Drama Puppetry Narration Verbal: Use Reading : Verbal: Use Reading Reading different aspects about the topic from different sources Reading trivia about the topic Reading aloud to others (or to recording device) Using Musical Intelligence : Using Musical Intelligence The key is to let music drive my senses Music: Pre Recorded : Music: Pre Recorded Play Music - In the background – when child is working & learning Play Music – to stimulate Play Music - When feeling down Play Music - When feeling great Link music to concept or concept to music Play Music to inspire and build confidence Relate sounds around me to the topic Music: Create : Music: Create Create song on the topic Create a rhythm to the topic Sing the topic & its component (typically use a known song as parody) Give music to a story, play or puppet show on the topic Play an instrument while you think, remember and learn topic Create a presentation about the topic with specific music to stress the main points Create a musical summary of the topic Do memorization (wherever required) in musical formation – for eg.: singing the multiplication table or biological terms or periodic table Play with the topic musically Using Logical Intelligence : Using Logical Intelligence The key is to recognise, apply and crate relationships between objects Using Analysis : Using Analysis Use observation Use experimentation Encourage enquiry & investigation. Do cause – effect analysis Build Hypothesis and then test it out (eg: predict what would have happened to a civilization in history and then read what actually happened) Put things in order Do systematic evaluation Grab and analyze numbers involved with the topic Create Problem Solving Challenges and projects with respect to the topic Analyze the data involved – build statistics Discover patterns Do comparison – list similarities & differences Guess, Predict and estimate Doing Representation : Doing Representation Make charts and diagrams Use matrix, graphs and other mathematical representations Create a formula Make models to represent the system Make up syllogisms to demonstrate Make up analogies to explain Create flow charts Create games (of logic and strategy) Using Body Intelligence : Using Body Intelligence The key is to use the finesse in our body Using WHOLE Body : Using WHOLE Body Walk, run, jump, skip, move, shake, bend, release the body Create a movement or sequence of movements to explain Body song, body maps Create human models use Human sculptor Actions and movement filled review games Do it at the desk – physical energizers Brain Gyms & other exercises Yoga Encourage water and toilet breaks Dancing Charades Mimes Drama - Play Acting Show & Tell Using LIMBS : Using LIMBS Make, build construct, hands-on thinking through hands-on activities crafts use of kinesthetic imagery cooking, gardening, and other "messy" activities manipulatives virtual reality software communicating with body language/ hand signals tactile materials and experiences Clay play Sand play Blocks and physical models Using People Intelligence : Using People Intelligence The key is to let human relationships help in learning Using People Intelligence : Using People Intelligence Conduct a meeting to address Intentionally use social skills to learn about Participate in a service project to Teach someone about Practice giving and receiving feedback ooperative groups interpersonal interaction conflict mediation peer teaching board games cross-age tutoring group brainstorming sessions peer sharing community involvement Using People Intelligence : Using People Intelligence apprenticeships simulations academic clubs interactive software parties / social gatherings as context for learning Pair and Group discussions Debates, Interviews, appreciation rounds, meetings Group tasks, peer teaching and learning people sculpting Using Nature Intelligence : Using Nature Intelligence The key is to let nature inspire me Using Nature Intelligence : Using Nature Intelligence Study outdoors Make or seek relationships in nature with respect of topics Maintain scrap books Create observation notebooks Describe changes in the local or global environment Care for pets, wildlife, gardens, or parks Use binoculars, telescopes, microscopes, or magnifiers to Draw or photograph natural objects Using Picture Intelligence : Using Picture Intelligence The key is to let the “eye” see, relate and crate meaning Outside the mind : Outside the mind Large black board with colour chalks Draw and Paint Use Colour in everything photography videos, slides, and movies visual puzzles and mazes 3-D construction kits Arrange, design, assemble Graphic organisers symbols, maps, flow charts, decision trees, and other forms of visual representation Posters on Walls – bulletin board optical illusions color cues telescopes, microscopes, and binoculars draw-and-paint/computer- assisted-design software Inside the mind : Inside the mind Imagine visually Build visual models art appreciation imaginative storytelling picture metaphors creative daydreaming visual thinking exercises graphic symbols Using Self Intelligence : Using Self Intelligence The key is to let self be the center of learning (put me into it) Using Self Intelligence : Using Self Intelligence Independent study Meditation Connect to their experiences Visualize, dramatize alone Sharing feelings, Imaginary dialogues, Reflecting back on the lessons, Judging and self assessments Questioning self, compare, contrast, dissect in mind Meditation self-paced instruction individualized projects and games private spaces for study three-minute reflection periods interest centers personal connections options for homework choice time self-teaching programmed instruction exposure to inspirational/ motivational curricula self-esteem activities journal keeping goal setting sessions Describe qualities you possess that will help you successfully complete Set and pursue a goal Self Assessment

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