Tapping into Multiple Intelligences to Teach Information Literacy Skills

Brewer, Sally
May 2005
School Library Media Activities Monthly;May2005, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p19
Discusses the use of the theory of multiple intelligences in teaching. Questions to consider in creating lesson plans that apply the theory; Integration of multiple intelligences into a school library media program; Description of various multiple intelligences; Integration of multiple intelligences into the teaching of information literacy standards.


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