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POSTER: Multiple Intelligences in Comics Ed

HI — I no longer update this page ~ but “MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES in COMICS ED” is available at my NEW COMICS WORKSHOP site HERE >>… ~ Marek

Psst!  Teachers!  You might appreciate this:
“CURRICULUM COMICS #4: Multiple Intelligences”
(a comic book by my friend Andrew Wales)


29 Comments on “POSTER: Multiple Intelligences in Comics Ed”

  1. […] full-size (11″x17″) versions of the two poster pages, see the post “POSTER: Multiples Intelligences…” Share this:Like this:LikeBe the first to like this […]

  2. April Pinales says:

    Awesome. Such clarity!!!

  3. Great way to visualize MI 😀 Would love to share this on my Facebook page with reference to your website of course.

  4. Erin Gannon says:

    These are terrific! Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂

  5. oregoncabletv.net says:

    I seriously love your website.. Great colors &
    theme. Did you develop this amazing site yourself?

    Please reply back as I’m planning to create my very own site and would like to learn where you got this from or just what the theme is named. Cheers!

  6. […] etc, they're using many different kinds of intelligences. Many thanks to Marek Bennett of Comics Workshop Blog, for use of the image below which sums this up so […]

  7. SiskiyouSue says:

    I want to use these in my classroom, help my students who all have learning disabilities understand the concept of multiple intelligences. Thank you!

  8. Sarah says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. I’m using these to teach children’s ministry students how to think about students needs and plan for them!!

  9. Autumn says:

    How did u actually acquire the concepts to compose ““POSTER: Multiple
    Intelligences in Comics Ed | Comics Workshop”?
    I appreciate it -Jack

    • Marek says:

      Lots of time in the classroom drawing comics with artists of all ages!
      M.Ed. program reading & reflections!
      Constant daily practice of graphic narrative visualization & meditation (a.k.a. doodling & reading comics)!

      — M

  10. […] If you’re creating your own lessons and sharing what you know, you too can be published. It may mean publishing yourself. Here are 2 websites to help: How to become a published ELT writer in the digital era – 10 insiders’ tips & Indie Publishing | Learn Out Live! […]

  11. Nancy Full says:

    These comic strips are so very clever. I am going to use them in my classroom. I teach a multiple intelligence unit to start the school year. Your comic strip format will “hook” my 5th graders. Thank you!

    • Marek says:

      Nancy — Thanks so much! Do let us see what your students create with these concepts… — M

  12. Samantha says:

    Love these! I’m planning on using them with my 2/3 class first week of school to help students think about and recognize their learning preferences.

    • Marek says:

      Samantha — Great! I certainly drew these in part to encourage people to think about alternatives to standard text+graphic emphasis. However, an equally important — or maybe even MORE important — part of this is the recognition that NO HUMAN is exclusively ONE intelligence or another, and that we all benefit from exposure to and experience with ALL… as I draw out in the longer format MI piece that these posters appear in. Thanks for sharing your usage! We’d love to hear about your students’ reactions… — Marek

  13. Coralie says:

    That’s so cool ! I’ve sent this link to my partner and I shared it on FB.
    I’ve used it to memorize the book of William Gardner. I’ve used as well mind mapping to do that… I have wanted to get good at drawing… I put it aside feeling a lack of confidence. With your great energy I got that back.
    Much thanks to you

    • Marek says:

      Good for you Coralie! Drawing, seen from the MI perspective, is not a collection of esoteric techniques & skills, but rather a way of understanding the world around us… So YOUR drawings will emerge in a unique, personal style! Enjoy!

  14. […] image citation:Andrew Wales (February 9, 2011). Poster: Multiple Intelligences in Comic Education. Retrieved from https://comicsworkshop.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/poster-multiple-intelligences-in-comics-ed/ […]

  15. Naaz Jetha says:

    Thank you Marek. What a cool way to explain what multiple intelligence is. I will work with my students using these posters.

  16. Anna says:

    This is so great! Thank you for sharing it! I just came back from a Project Zero found your website by chance. Such a creative way to explain MI. I am a Montessori teacher in Italy and am thinking about sharing your comic strips with my student’s parents.

  17. […] And another visual from MarekBennett.com Pinned from the comics workshop […]

  18. Iliana Perez says:

    Thank you Thank you for sharing I’m a Career and Tech teacher and teach Principles of Education. This is one of the lessons . I’m not sure how to use this as a collaborative group work yet but definitely will share with student thanks.

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