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