I'm teaching an aide PLC (professional learning community). We recently had a workshop on Multiple Intelligences. I just compiled all their work and my research and made notecards to put on a ring for aides to carry. It's my gift to them for all their hard work. For each of the intelligences we came up with 6-10 simple ideas for aides to carry out. I made a PP file with 6 notecards (size of about a half of an index card). They are color coded with a picture for each intelligence group. My husband will be printing them on card stock paper for me to cut out and put on rings. It'll be our own reference (suggestions). I'm going to include a few blank ones for them to put new ideas on. These suggestions are merely part of a starter kit. I'm happy. Now I gotta work on my next workshop due on Thursday. It will be a brief exposure to special needs (sensitivity and awareness). We will be watching 5 minutes of Rick Lavoie's FAT City Workshop (Frustration, Anxiety, Tension) video. It is a simulation he does to make adults feel what it feels like to have a learning disability. It is AWESOME! I may make them wear dark sunglasses with vaseline and something itchy and uncomfortable too. I haven't decided. Any suggestions????