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Intelligence quest : project-based learning and multiple intelligences

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

International Society for Technology in Education, Volume 1st, Eugene, Or., p.114 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1027.43 .M35 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9668990

Keywords:

Multiple intelligences, Project method in teaching

Abstract:

Contents: IQuest: a new teaching paradigm -- Thinking critically: the analytic domain of intelligences -- Thinking within: the introspective domain of intelligences -- Thinking outward: the interactive domain of intelligences -- The IQuest format -- The evaluation exchange iquest: delivering data meaningfully -- The critical collaboration IQuest: working to build consensus -- The partner puzzle IQuest: authentic problem solving -- The people perspective IQuest: seeing multiple solutions -- The qualitative quantities iquest: creating products in context -- The principle partners IQuest: information literacy meets cultural literacy -- Multiple intelligences and the future of education -- Appendix: national educational technology standards for students (NETS's).

Publication Language:

eng