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Integrating the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy With Multiple Intelligences: A Planning Tool for Curriculum Differentiation


by Toni Noble 2004

Both the special education and gifted education literature call for a differentiated curriculum to cater for the wide range of student differences in any classroom. Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences was integrated with the revised Bloom's taxonomy to provide a planning tool for curriculum differentiation. Teachers' progress in using the tool to plan and implement units of work through learning centers was documented over 18 months in two small elementary schools. They reported greater confidence in their ability to broaden their curriculum and cater for different students' strengths across the multiple intelligences and intellectually challenge their students using first the original and then the revised taxonomy. The teachers saw their students as more successful learners as a result of this curriculum differentiation.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 1, 2004, p. 193-211
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11520, Date Accessed: 10/23/2017 11:18:20 AM

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  • Toni Noble
    Australian Catholic University National
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    TONI NOBLE is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Education, at the National Australian Catholic University. She recently coauthored and published a series titled Bounce Back! A Classroom Resiliency Program (2003) with Pearson Education that takes a curriculum-based approach to teaching positive psychology to elementary and middle school children. These teacher resource books incorporate her research interests in resilience, cooperative learning and multiple intelligences.
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