Choice boards are organizers that contain a variety of activities. Students can choose one or several activities to complete as they learn a skill or develop a product. Choice boards can be organized so that students are required to choose options that focus on several different skills.

For example, students are given a choice board that contains a list of possible activities they can complete to learn about volume. For example, students can choose to complete an inquiry lesson where they measure volume using various containers, use a textbook to read about measuring volume, or watch a video in which the steps are explained. The activities are based on the following learning styles: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile. Students must complete two activities from the board and must choose these activities from two different learning styles.

Multiple intelligences refers to a theory of intelligence developed in 1983 by Howard Gardner, a professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Howard Gardner defines intelligence as the ability to solve problems, fashion products, or provide services that are valued in a culture. Based on that definition, he has identified at least eight different intelligences. They are:

Rhythm and Math: Introduce them to world-renowned drummer, Ndugu Chancler. This six-minute movie contains amazing drumming, a breakdown of the mathematics of rhythm and a professional's opinion on technology and creativity. Watch the movie and download the classroom activity here: http://thefutureschannel.com/dockets/realworld/the_rhythm_track/

"Lollipop" Statistics by Dianne S. Goldsby from September 2003, Volume 9, Issue 1, Page 12 Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Abstract: This article uses music to introduce statistics to intermediate students. Yukon educators can request a copy of the article from Paula.Thompson@yesnet.yk.ca.

Sharing Teaching Ideas: Function Notation Auditory, visual, symbolic, and kinesthetic approaches for introducing function notation in algebra. The use of a computer algebra system is one component of this lesson.

Sharing Teaching Ideas: Demystifying Systems A multi-day introductory lesson on linear systems in two variables that utilizes kinesthetic and technology-based activities to create mathematical connections to the methods of graphing, substitution, and linear combination.

Illuminations Unit: Human Conics Students use sidewalk chalk and rope to illustrate the locus definitions of ellipses and parabolas. Kinesthetics, teamwork, and problem solving are stressed as students take on the role of focus, directrix, and point on the conic, and figure out how to construct the shape.

Learning Styles | Multiple Intelligences

## Table of Contents

## Learning Styles

## Illustrations From The Mathematics Classroom

## Choice Boards

Choice boards are organizers that contain a variety of activities. Students can choose one or several activities to complete as they learn a skill or develop a product. Choice boards can be organized so that students are required to choose options that focus on several different skills.For example, students are given a choice board that contains a list of possible activities they can complete to learn about volume. For example, students can choose to complete an inquiry lesson where they measure volume using various containers, use a textbook to read about measuring volume, or watch a video in which the steps are explained. The activities are based on the following learning styles: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile. Students must complete two activities from the board and must choose these activities from two different learning styles.

## Cubing & ThinkDots

## Tiered Lessons

## Multiple Intelligences

Multiple Intelligenceshttp://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/strategy/strategy053.shtml

Multiple intelligences refers to a theory of intelligence developed in 1983 by Howard Gardner, a professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Howard Gardner defines intelligence as the ability to solve problems, fashion products, or provide services that are valued in a culture. Based on that definition, he has identified at least eight different intelligences. They are:

Big Thinkers: Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences

An interview with the Harvard University professor about multiple intelligences and new forms of assessment.

## Illustrations From The Mathematics Classroom

## Articles

## Videos

## Edutopia.org

## Linguistic

Under Construction## Logical-mathematical

Under Construction## Musical

## Futures Channel

## Miscellaneous

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CReKYuaGRlU&fmt=35

## NCTM

## PBS Teachers

## Spatial

## Scientific American

## Bodily-Kinesthetic

## National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

## Mathematics Teacher

## Interpersonal

Under Construction## Intrapersonal

Under Construction## Naturalist