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Multiple Intelligences and Online Teacher Education
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ELT Journal Volume 59, Number 4, ISSN 0307-8337

Abstract

Colleagues ask us, "What are the applications of multiple intelligence (MI) theory to teacher education?" And since we have both recently been developing online materials, a further question to ourselves has been, "What are the applications of MI theory to online training and teaching?" In this article, we examine some applications of MI theory to the online training of English language teachers, using examples taken from a course on teaching writing.

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Green, C. & Tanner, R. (2005). Multiple Intelligences and Online Teacher Education. ELT Journal, 59(4), 312-321. Retrieved February 18, 2020 from .

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