Using Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences,
Teaching Methods examines how to use the curriculum as a conduit
for identifying and maximizing the best talents of our students.
Course participants will explore the many ways people learn, beginning
with their own strengths and weaknesses. Participants will then
create lessons that match students' learning styles and encourage
the development of untapped potential. By identifying and capitalizing
on these differences in the classroom, educators can reduce frustration
and produce more successful students.