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Implementing Co-Creation And Multiple Intelligence Practices To Transform The Classroom Experience

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Title:Implementing Co-Creation And Multiple Intelligence Practices To Transform The Classroom Experience
Authors:Wilson, Stefanie D.
Keywords:Multiple Intelligences
Transformative Learning
Adult Learning
Learning Theories
show 8 moreLeadership
Cooperative Planning
Teacher Leadership
Self Efficacy
Teacher Student Relationship
Feedback (Response)
Adult Education
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Date Issued:2018
Publisher:Clute Institute
Citation:Wilson, S. (2018). Implementing Co-Creation and Multiple Intelligence Practices to Transform the Classroom Experience. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 11(4), 127–132.
Abstract:Co-creating with a diverse population of learners to enhance their educational experience requires apt skills, namely, multiple intelligence practices. Through the lens of adult learning theories to include multiple intelligences developed by Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner, this empirical research study of a classroom scenario examines the relationship between co-creating and multiple intelligences leadership practices and presents examples of positive effects of co-creating and multiple intelligence practices that have transformed the classroom experience. This article integrates the broader literature on adult learning theories to include theories of multiple intelligences and generates new research and insight for current and future educators to implement and transform the classroom experience.
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Pages/Duration:6 pages
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Journal:Contemporary Issues in Education Research
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