Graduate Project Title
Multiple Intelligence Theory and Seventh Grade Mathematics: A Handbook of Activities
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Don B. Woodcock
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Steven A. Schmitz
Multiple intelligence theory was investigated; a description and history of the theory, as proposed by Howard Gardner, is provided. The multiple intelligence theory as it relates to education, particularly mathematics education, was reviewed. A handbook of activities was created to provide a resource for seventh grade teachers that will assist in the application and integration of mathematics across the range of multiple intelligences in their classroom. Assessments that resemble the Washington Assessment of Students Leaming are included, in order to develop skills necessary to meet the Essential Academic Leaming Requirements of Washington.
LaLanne, Mechelle Lynn DeVries, "Multiple Intelligence Theory and Seventh Grade Mathematics: A Handbook of Activities" (2002). All Graduate Projects. 763.
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