Multiple intelligences and adult literacy
Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice in Adult ESL. ERIC Digest.
Adult Multiple Intelligences
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Multiple Intelligences for Adult Literacy and Adult Education explores innovative ways to apply the theory of multiple intelligences to basic skills, learning styles.
Description:MI theory maintains that all humans possess at least eight different intelligences that represent a variety of ways to learn and demonstrate understanding. This digest outlines the basic tenets of MI theory and describes how it has been applied in teaching English as a second language ESL to adults. Howard Gardner argues that humans possess a number of distinct intelligences that manifest themselves in different skills and abilities. All human beings apply these intelligences to solve problems, invent processes, and create things. Intelligence, according to MI theory, is being able to apply one or more of the intelligences in ways that are valued by a community or culture. The current MI model outlines eight intelligences, although Gardner continues to explore additional possibilities.