Date of Award

Spring 2007

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Mathematics, Engineering & Computer Science

First Advisor

Holly Zullo

Second Advisor

Jack Oberweiser

Third Advisor

Rod Thronson

Abstract

This thesis explores the utilization of Multiple Intelligences in the mathematics classroom. There are eight distinct multiple intelligences found in students. Each intelligence is unique and every student has a blend of the eight intelligences. The thesis discusses different methods and modes for integrating multiple intelligences into the classroom, and more specifically the mathematics classroom. The major contribution of the thesis is 22 original multiple intelligence activities for the mathematics classroom.

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