Multiple Intelligence Approaches to Assessment

Solving the Assessment Conundrum

By: David Lazear


£19.99


Size: 297mm x 210mm

Pages : 208

ISBN : 9781904424482

Format: Paperback

Published: October 2021


Based on Howard Gardner's model of Multiple Intelligences, this excellent book on multiperceptual testing details more than 1,000 specific ideas designed to help teachers accurately assess children's academic progress.

Covering the subject areas of Maths, English, History, Geography, Science, PSHE and practical and fine arts, it allows the teacher to observe and score children involved in various activities and learning tasks with 5 Student Watch' assessment instruments and shows how to create intelligence profiles based on their observations. Using the Multiple Intelligences model enhances and deepens the learning of students and increases student achievement. This comprehensive text also gives practical prescriptive ideas on how to teach to varying intelligence strengths.


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David Lazear

David Lazear is the founder of New Dimensions of Learning, an organisation that trains educators and business people to apply cutting-edge research on multiple intelligences and other brain-friendly approaches to instruction and business. He has many years' international experience in applying MI theory in practical ways to classrooms, schools and business.


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  1. Refreshingly lucid and jargon-free. Its emphasis is on the practical application of MI theory and is full of immediately useable and interesting classroom activities, interleaved with thoughtful and well-balanced analysis of the rationale underpinning them, thus encouraging 'intelligent' teacher use.

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