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    Title: The Implementation of Multiple Intelligences (MI) Theory in the ESL/EFL Classroom
    Authors: 陳秀潔; Chen, Hsiu-Chieh;許民忠;Hsu, Min-Chung
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2013-03-27 10:35:49 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:文鶴
    Abstract: Gardner's MI theory stretches the word intelligence beyond its
    IQ-based application and provides a broader spectrum of human
    cognitive ability in educational psychology. This theory holds that
    each one possesses eight intelligences at least and reaffirms
    teachers' beliefs that every student is potential for development in
    learning. To assist students to develop their learning potentials, MI
    theory inspires teachers to adopt multiple teaching methods that adapt
    to or broaden students' learning styles. In addition, unlike the
    traditional assessments which focus on the evaluation of linguistic
    and logical intelligences, MI theory inspires teachers to assess
    students' abilities of using eight intelligences to solve problems in
    real life situations. Therefore, such a theory may offer a guideline
    in the development of curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment in the
    ESL/EFL classroom
    Relation: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Symposium on English Teaching=第十四屆中華民國英語文教學國際研討會論文集, 7p.
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