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It is not, in itself, an intelligence. Embedding curriculum and assessment in activities that are valued both by students and the wider culture. It is important to note that this agreement and the assessment procedure s chosen are not supposed to exclude others; the whole idea is to provide the process with the necessary variety, rather than to substitute one alternative for another. His first major book, The Shattered Mind appeared in and some fifteen have followed.


In tune with this shift from a teacher-centered to a learner-centered pedagogy, it is to be expected that the evaluation of translations has also started taking into account the learners’ purposes and motivations in each translation task. Susanne Lauscherp. Rio de Janeiro, Besides, as Kiraly wonders, can the translation of a single text without advance preparation, without access to the tools and reference works one may have at one’s workstation and “without the chance to negotiate with a client really tell us anything credible at all about a translator’s competence?

Indeed, Gardner himself has listed some of the main issues and his responses However, translator training institutions are becoming increasingly aware that assessment should not be seen as the end of a process, nor should it be reduced to the reporting of simple marks; it is rather a multi-faceted picture of a relationship between the evaluator, the student and the scholastic environment as seen from the teacher’s perspective KIRALY, With exam sittings held all over inteligemcias country, and increasingly around the world, it would be a logistical nightmare mutiplas the certification program to provide appropriate computers for all exam candidates.


He suggests that it is difficult to come to any consensual definition, but argues that it is possible to come to an understanding that takes exploration forward. Beyond the ivory tower: Acting on a value system which maintains that diverse students can learn and succeed, that learning is exciting, and that hard work by teachers is necessary.

Are the criteria Howard Gardner employs adequate? But there were others: Because of their close association in most cultures, they are often linked together.

Howard Gardner, multiple intelligences and education

This ratio will help them give estimates to clients, decide whether they are capable of handling a particular translation job and determine their potential earnings; after all, as Kiraly notes, student translators must inteligenciae learn how to act in a professional manner, to construct consensual patterns of professional behavior. A candidate will fail the exam if his or her translations contain more than one serious error, or one serious and more than three light errors, or more than six light errors, in one passage.

Howard Gardner appears to have embraced the opportunities there — and to have elicited the support and interest of some very able teachers.

He also defined certain basic “tests” to verify if an ability could really be considered a full-fledged intelligence rather than simply a talent, or a gift, multippas an ability. Simon and Schuster and New York: They are used at the same time and tend to complement each other as people develop skills or solve problems.

Psychological and educational considerations, Cambridge: He remained at Harvard. All references in this article refer to infeligencias second, 10th Anniversary, edition.

It is hard to enough to teach even when anything can be taught; what to do if there are distinct limits and strong constraints on human cognition and learning?

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The application of M. All seven intelligences are needed to live life well.

While there are considerable benefits to developing understanding in relation to the disciplines, something more is needed. How children think and how schools should teachNew York: While both Gardner and Armstrong focus the application of the theory on elementary and secondary students, who are children and adolescents, translation students are mostly adults 18 or older. The theory can also be found in use within pre-school, higher, vocational and adult education initiatives.


Much attention and research effort is now being channeled to curriculum and syllabus design, although the pedagogical approach that has prevailed in translator training courses around the world is still mostly characterized by the central position occupied by the teacher who takes on the roles of client, target public, and critic ; inteliyencias of familiarization with the wide range of learning styles and methods that are inteligencis with human intellectual potentials; and, finally, the minor role played by evaluation in teachers’ pedagogical concerns.

Indeed, Howard Gardner himself has admitted that there is an element of subjective judgement involved. Concluding remarks The implementation of this pedagogy and evaluation is no simple matter.

It is the ability to use mental abilities to coordinate bodily movements. Here we explore the theory of multiple intelligences; why it has found a ready audience umltiplas educationalists; and some of the issues around its conceptualization and realization.

Multiple intelligences go to school: Howard Gardner and multiple intelligences.

Here are a few articles on evaluation: According to Howard Gardner In doing so, I think it best to put aside the term spiritualwith its manifest and problematic connotations, and to speak instead of an intelligence that explores the nature of existence in its multifarious guises. From Piaget to the presentLondon: The whole idea is not to base learning and assessment on linguistic and logical-mathematical capabilities only.