Unique to the individual
Remarkably similar across cultural groups
Unimportant compared to teaching style
Based on time it takes to learn
All of the above
Student need for teacher organization
A child’s boundaries as determined by parents
Factors to which a student attributes success or failure
Physical boundaries set up by the teacher in the class
An internal locus of control
An external locus of control
An auditory learning style
Community safety sensitivity and interpersonal intelligence
Hearing information spoken aloud
Whole body movement and participation
Focusing attention on one narrow topic
A slower-paced approach
Technological advances and computer programs are allowing a more precise measure of intelligence.
“IQ,” the standard measure of intelligence, has been obscured by “EQ,” which is being used by schools as a replacement for the IQ test.
We are broadening our understanding of intelligence beyond traditional language and mathematical-logical factors.
The concept of intelligence really hasn’t changed since the late nineteenth century.
At least six areas of intelligence in addition to mathematics and verbal intelligence
The interactive effects of intellectual and emotional intelligences
He persistent gap between theory and research that defies even the most gifted researcher
The five basic intelligences requisite for successful school performance
Fewer than 1 in 10
Fewer than one-third
An overwhelming majority
To realize that students learn better early in the day, and to plan the most challenging lessons for the morning and the less demanding lessons for the afternoon
To emphasize verbal instruction and storytelling, sometimes called informal education, since special-needs students and diverse cultures all share a common thread: learning by listening
To avoid direct eye contact with students, which will show your cultural sensitivity while not pressuring your special-needs students
To invest time in individualizing instruction, since no single strategy will likely meet all these needs
African-American students tend to communicate orally.
Asian-American students are highly competitive.
Female students often personalize knowledge.
Native American students often prefer cooperative learning.
Gifted and talented
Bilingual education should be implemented in every school
The school is a melting pot and should assimilate students
The curriculum should have an Afrocentric focus
Students should develop positive attitudes toward different cultures
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