Multiple Intelligences &
Learning Styles
Joanne
Understanding/Performance
Student needs to understand the value and
process of storyboarding a video project
before shooting video or trying to edit.
 Student will come in with project outline
 Student will define major steps/scenes
 Student will create a visual project layout
 Student will review storyboard with peers and
ATC staff and revise accordingly
Guessing 101
Multiple Intelligences
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_1_Linguistic intelligence (words)
_6_Logical-mathematical intelligence (numbers, logic)
_3_Spatial (pictures, charts)
_8_Musical intelligence (music, song)
_2_Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence (physical activity)
_5_Interpersonal intelligence (socially)
_7_Intrapersonal intelligence (self-reflection, philosophy)
_4_Naturalist intelligence (nature)
Test Results
Source – http://www.stanford.edu/group/Urchin/TA71B.htm
Guessing 101
Modalities
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_2_Visual (learn through seeing)
_3_Auditory (learn through listening)
_1_Tactile / Kinesthetic (learn through touching / doing)
Test Results
Source - http://www.ldpride.net/cgi-bin/questionaire_2.cgi
Multiple Intelligences &
Storyboarding
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Linguistic – Using narration as a point of entry
– Encourage students to tell/write the story
they are wanting to portray and use a group
to identify key words and concepts
Spatial & Body/Kinesthetic - using aesthetics
as a point of entry – Have students use do a
physical layout of the storyboard which can
be manipulated endlessly
Interpersonal – using a social approach – use
groups as sounding boards: audience, critics,
colleagues.