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Multiple Assessments for Multiple Intelligences

Third Edition


June 1997 | 264 pages | Corwin
Three of the most respected minds in education today have come together to assist teachers in modifying assessment practices by laying out a road map that guides readers through multiple intelligences and assessment practices. In this updated edition of Multiple Assessments for Multiple Intelligences, authors James Bellanca, Carolyn Chapman, and Elizabeth Swartz show how to devise specific performance standards for each intelligence and easily apply them directly in the classroom. They also demonstrate why each intelligence is important to a curriculum and offer ways to strengthen each intelligence.

This resource includes:

Definitions of the intelligences

Examples of the best teaching methods for developing each intelligence

Useful standards for creating a rubric for each intelligence

An example of an appropriate measurement tool and discussions on various alternatives

Sample lessons that target the intelligence

 
Introduction
 
1. The Assessment Challenge: Assessing Classroom Standards
 
2. Multiple Strategies for Multiple Assessments
 
3. Multiple Tools for Multiple Assessments
 
4. Assessing Performances in Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence
 
5. Assessing Performances in Musical/Rhythmic Intelligence
 
6. Assessing Performances in Logical/Mathematical Intelligence
 
7. Assessing Performances in Visual/Spatial Intelligence
 
8. Assessing Performances in Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence
 
9. Assessing Performances in Intrapersonal Intelligence
 
10. Assessing Performances in Interpersonal Intelligence
 
11. Assessing Performances in Naturalist Intelligence
 
12. Creating a Multiple Intelligences Portfolio
 
13. Communicating Multiple Intelligences Assessment with Parents
 
Conclusion
 
Glossary
 
Bibliography
 
Index

James A. Bellanca

James Bellanca is a life-long advocate for the principles and practices created by Reuven Feuerstein.  As a Senior Fellow for the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, he created and edits the innovative P21Blogazine. He is the editor of a series of 21st Century Deeper Learning collections, has authored more than a dozen how-to books aimed to infuse critical and creative thinking across the curriculum and is President of the Illinois Consortium for 21st Century Schools. More About Author

Carolyn M. Chapman

Carolyn Chapman is an international educational consultant, author, and teacher who has taught in kindergarten to college classrooms. Her interactive, hands-on professional development training sessions challenge educators to use strategies that ensure success for learners of all ages. Chapman has written many books about differentiated instruction, multiple intelligences, multiple assessments, and the brain-compatible classroom. She is coauthor with Gayle Gregory of the landmark Corwin Press book Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All. More About Author

Elizabeth Swartz

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