Touro University TESOL Candidates Victoriaann Irace and Cristina Talarico Mindmaps for Teaching to Multiple Intelligences for EDPN 671

For a EDPN 671 EDPN 671 Theory and Practice of Bilingual and Multicultural Education discussion board I wanted Touro University TESOL Candidates talk about multiple intelligences. “After reading and viewing the materials for this week, create a mindmap your own ideas and strategies using the framework of multiple intelligences. To think about when mapping: Where do you think you fall within the scheme of multiple intelligences? How can understanding these concepts improve your own teaching? How do these concepts apply to ELLs?Ensure that you are creating a thoughtful, significant mindmap.” Below two meaningful, well-designed mindmaps submitted by Touro University TESOL Candidates

Victoriaann Irace received her bachelors in child study from Saint Joseph’s University in Patchogue New York. She is currently certified in Early Childhood Education, Childhood Education and Students with Disabilities (Birth- Grade 2 & Grades 1-6). She is currently enrolled in a program at Touro for her Masters in TESOL. She will be entering her third year as a substitute elementary teacher for Longwood School District in September 2022. Vicky has spent her entire adult life working with children and possesses a passion regarding teaching our future generations.

Touro University TESOL Candidate Victoriaann Irace’s Mindmap

Touro University TESOL Candidate Cristina Talarico, Mind Map
Understanding the theory of multiple intelligences can improve my teaching because I can use this theory to determine the best ways that my students can learn in my classroom. Each student has one kind of intelligence that they perform the best at, so I can use their strengths and weaknesses to guide my lessons. I can include particular types of intelligence to help my students stay engaged and succeed in the classroom. Individualizing lessons and including the theory of multiple intelligences to guide your teaching will lead to success. These concepts can apply to ELLs because not every ELL will learn the same way, it is good to include a variety of factors from multiple intelligences to understand how the student works best.

References

Edutopia. (2010, July 9). Howard Gardner on multiple intelligences. YouTube. Retrieved July 19, 2022, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYgO8jZTFuQ

Nieto, S., & Bode, P. (2018). Affirming diversity: The sociopolitical context of multicultural education. Pearson.

Understanding the theory of multiple intelligences can improve my teaching because I can use this theory to determine the best ways that my students can learn in my classroom.

Touro University TESOL Candidate Cristina Talarico
Touro University TESOL Candidate Cristina Talarico

Author: drcowinj

Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs only to the people who prepare for it today,” determined Malcolm X at the O.A.A.U.’s [Organization of Afro-American Unity] founding forum at the Audubon Ballroom. (June 28, 1964). (X, n.d.) Dr. Jasmin Bey Cowin a Fulbright Scholar completed the Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP™) at Columbia University, Teachers College. Dr. Cowin served as the President of the Rotary Club of New York and Assistant Governor for New York State; long-term Chair of the Rotary United Nations International Breakfast meetings; and works as an Assistant Professor at Touro College, Graduate School of Education. Dr. Cowin has over twenty-five years of experience as an educator, tech innovator, entrepreneur, and institutional leader with a focus on equity and access to digital literacy and education in the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Her extensive background in education, administration, not-for-profit leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, and technology innovation provide her with unique skills and vertical networks locally and globally. Dr. Cowin participates fully in the larger world of TESOL academic discipline as elected Vice President and Chair-Elect for the New York State, NYS TESOL organization, for the 2021 conference. Ongoing research, expressed in scholarly contributions to the advancement of knowledge is demonstrated through publications, presentations, and participation in academic conferences, blogging, and other scholarly activities, including public performances and exhibitions at conferences and workshops. Of particular interest to her are The Blockchain of Things and its implications for Higher Education; Current Global Trends in TESOL; Developing Materials and Resources in Teaching English; E-learning; Micro and Macro-Methodologies in TESOL; E-Resources Discovery and Analysis; and Language Acquisition and the Oculus Rift in VR.

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