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The Use of Multiple Intelligence, Humor, and Technology in the College Composition Classroom: A Practical Approach

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Since learning environments in the college classroom are mostly instructor designed and directed, the drive to devise and implement instruction technologies, strategies, and materials that would address all students’ learning needs, through the use of humor, utilizing Howard Gardner’s paradigm appears exceedingly promising. Gardner’s theory has aided in dispelling certain myths regarding the perception of learning and intelligences. The most significant point Gardner has made, however, deals with an individual’s capacity to develop his/her intelligences well beyond biological abilities and regardless of cultural or environmental circumstances. As a result, through the use of both humor and Gardner’s paradigm, heightened understanding in students’ learning abilities and perceptions is noted. This type of instruction serves as a fertile ground that nurtures competent learners, in charge of their lives and education.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/icodl.449

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