How Each Child Learns: Using Multiple Intelligence in Faith Formation

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What can you do about the boy in your religion class who is always humming a tune, or the girl who just can't sit still and loves to move around the room? How do you reach the thinker, the poet, and the artist with the basic teachings of the faith and insure that their experience of God is positive and nurturing? In this lively and animated book, Bernadette Stankard shows how the theory of multiple intelligence can be used to creatively teach religion to children. She first introduces readers to this theory and ...
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Overview

What can you do about the boy in your religion class who is always humming a tune, or the girl who just can't sit still and loves to move around the room? How do you reach the thinker, the poet, and the artist with the basic teachings of the faith and insure that their experience of God is positive and nurturing? In this lively and animated book, Bernadette Stankard shows how the theory of multiple intelligence can be used to creatively teach religion to children. She first introduces readers to this theory and then expands on how this approach to learning can broaden a child's experience of God. How Each Child Learns is filled with stories and concrete definitions that will enable parents and educators to break out of the traditional mold of teaching. With concise and perceptive writing, Stankard makes clear the benefits of using this approach in the classroom, home, and parish. She provides inventive suggestions and practical techniques and shows how these have worked in various settings and situations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585952694
  • Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications/Bayard
  • Publication date: 7/30/2003
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Chapter I The Theory of Multiple Intelligence 7
Chapter II Verbal-Linguistic 15
Chapter III Logical-Mathematical 27
Chapter IV Musical-Rhythmic 40
Chapter V Visual-Spatial 49
Chapter VI Bodily-Kinesthetic 57
Chapter VII Naturalist 66
Chapter VIII Intrapersonal 76
Chapter IX Interpersonal 88
Chapter X Existential 96
Chapter XI Let's Get Specific 104
Chapter XII Taking a Leap 109
Resources 113
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