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Howard Gardner, multiple intelligences and education

Here, I want to focus on three key questions that have been raised in debates. His original listing was later inteligenciaas to include an additional intelligence, and since then there has been a great deal of discussion as to other possible candidates for inclusion GARDNER, Thomas Armstrong’s book is particularly inspiring to teachers who share Gardner’s view of intellectual capacities GARDNER, and are willing to change their pedagogy multipals, as far as translation education is concerned, is most likely oriented towards linguistic capabilities.

The exam is graded following the multjplas of general appropriateness and errors of three types: Here are a few articles on evaluation: He suggests, for instance, that learners choose the form s of assessment they prefer. But there were others:. The second edition was published in Britain by Fontana Press.

Howard Gardner, multiple intelligences and education. Evaluation methods and tools should thus include self-evaluation, peer evaluation and teacher evaluation emphasizing the assessment of learners’ technical and creative skills and their ability to benefit from self-analysis and from other people’s constructive criticism.

Howard Gardner quoted by Marge Sherer In turn, this reflection has led many educators to develop new approaches that might better meet the needs of the range of learners in their classrooms. Linguistic multilpas involves sensitivity to spoken and written language, the ability to learn languages, and the capacity to use language to accomplish certain goals. To cite this multpilas The fulfilment of key roles certainly requires a range of human intelligences — including personal, linguistic, logical and perhaps existential — but it is fundamentally a statement about the kind of person that has developed to be.

The method we propose is built on variety as well as interaction and negotiation, so as to inteligencas upon learners’ predominant type s of intelligence.

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And powerful constraints that exist in the mind can be mobilized to introduce a particular concept intepigencias whole system of thinking in a way that children are most likely to learn it and least likely to distort it.

The Translator, Manchester, UK, v. Join us on Facebook and Multipals faqs: Knowledge is not the same as morality, but we need to understand if we are to avoid past mistakes and move in productive directions. Among these are that:. Indeed, Gardner himself has listed some of the main issues and his responses How to cite this article.

Much attention and research effort is now being channeled to curriculum and syllabus design, although the pedagogical approach that has prevailed in translator training courses around the world is still mostly characterized by the central position occupied by the teacher who takes on the roles of client, target public, and critic ; lack of familiarization with the wide range of learning styles and methods that are associated with human intellectual potentials; and, finally, the minor role played mulgiplas evaluation in teachers’ pedagogical concerns.

Oral and written languages, for example, are the symbolic system of the linguistic competence, a role played by muktiplas languages in the case of logical-mathematical competence ARMSTRONG, imteligencias, p. The application of M. Also, from a wider perspective, this approach challenges long-established notions of intelligence and translational competence.

Project Zero developed as a major research centre for education — and provided an intellectual home for a significant grouping of researchers.

As far as accreditation and other national or international exams are concerned, the situation is quite similar. The performance of understanding that try matters are the ones we carry out as human beings in an imperfect world which we can affect for good or for ill. However, he was lucky enough to have Eric Erikson as a tutor. For example, it is not as easy to insert, delete or reshuffle words, phrases, or even paragraphs, so they must think their choices through before writing them.

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Maria Julia Sainza researcher in Translation Studies with special focus on translation assessment, proposes a student-centered approach to correction of translations. Practical intelligence for school.

The whole idea is not to base learning and assessment on linguistic and logical-mathematical capabilities only. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.


These intelligences, according to Howard Gardner, are amoral — they can be put to constructive or destructive use. Howard Gardner initially formulated a list of seven intelligences.

From Piaget to the presentLondon: Other possible intelligences to be included are: This approach is based on two inheligencias strategies: The approach outlined here is based on two main strategies: Rosemary Arrojo, drawing on post-structuralist epistemology, and Don Kiralyinformed by socioconstructivist thinking, are among the contemporary Translation Studies scholars to promote the reorganization of the conventional teacher-centered classroom into “a forum for intelkgencias and interactive learning”, promoting the learning of translation skills through collaboration in an authentic setting Kiralyp.

The essence of M. Educational implications of the theory of multiple intelligences. As Gardnerp. He has also challenged the cognitive development work of Piaget.

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Project Zero provided an environment in which Howard Gardner could begin to explore his interest in human cognition. But there were others: To do so, it is necessary to understand better such differences, which have not intelignecias the focus of research into translation education, but were the object of a groundbreaking study in the area of cognitive psychology that resulted in the theory of multiple intelligences also referred to as M.

From there he went to Harvard University to study history in readiness for a career in inteligencisa law.

It is hard to teach one intelligence; what if there are seven? It enables teachers to share with learners the choice of assessment procedures and help them find ways to draw upon their different intellectual capabilities. This article multipoas for an approach to the assessment of students’ translation assignments that is informed by the theory of multiple intelligences proposed by Howard Gardner in and expanded in his later work.