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Multiple Intelligences

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Not all children learn alike: Anyone who has ever taught ***** is aware of this. And yet all too often pedagogical programs are set up as if *****y student absorbed information in precisely the same way. However, those teaching strategies that incorporate the principle of "multiple intelligences" allow each ***** to learn the ***** material in different ways. Some students will be best served by learning material visually, o*****rs interpersonally, still others will be best served when musical or aural elements are introduced into the classroom. This paper expl*****es ***** concept ***** multiple intelligence especially as regards the integration of an arts-based education model throughout the entire curriculum.

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It should come as no surprise to us ***** children - *****d adults - learn in different ways and that we can *****e different learning styles and different kinds of ***** to help children achieve their greatest potential. While there are a number ***** different ***** in which the ide***** of ***** intelligence ***** be used ***** prov***** cl*****sroom instruction, one of the most powerful may be to integrate the concept ***** multiple intelligence and ***** praxis of art *****. Participating in the arts ***** music, dance, and visual art - helps children learn not only about the ***** themselves but also about a wide range ***** other subjects.

Teach*****g the arts in schools is both an end in itself - i.e. it teaches children to value and understand expressive forms of culture - but it can ***** be a means to an***** *****, empowering children to learn other subjects such as math or reading w*****h greater e*****e and enthusiasm. ***** research suggests the usefulness and imp*****tance (one might even argue the imperativeness) ***** ***** the arts in school. With so many states now facing dire financial problems and with arts-in-schools budgets ***** of the very first things to be cut ********** such budgetary crises loom, it is important that we remem*****r ***** arts education is not a luxury but in f*****ct l*****s at the heart of the educ*****ional process.

Children enjoy participating in the *****, and when adults s***** children having such a good time it is often hard for them to imagine that the children ***** also be at ***** same ***** mastering complex cognitive skills, but this is an artifact of the ways in ***** adults conceive of **********. For adults, learning is often associated with work *****d so it opposed to ********** and pleasurable activities. But for children, learning ***** ***** a ple*****sure and meshes perfectly with (***** reinforces) other forms of learning.

***** paper argues that education in all of the art forms benefits children ***** increasing *****ir cognitive skills: When ***** engage in the arts they are able to access and incorporate many different learning ***** and ***** factors that enhance not only their learning within the arts ***** but al***** generally im*****e ***** verbal and written skills. This paper examines the concept of multiple intelligences in general as well

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