Each quarter, Marshall's teachers nominate students to receive awards for modeling excellence, good citizenship and leadership at school. These award winners are positive, enthusiastic, cooperative and considerate of others while and participating in school activities that benefit others. Eight styles of learning or intelligence are the basis of the awards; these styles are described here:
Likes to read and write, is good at memorizing names and places and learns best by saying, hearing and seeing words.
Likes to do experiments, work with numbers, is good at math and problem solving and learns best categorizing and working with abstract patterns/relationships.
Likes to draw, build and create things, is good at imagining things, puzzles and reading map, and learns best by visualizing and dreaming.
Likes to sing, play and listen to music, is good at picking up sounds and keeping time and learns best by rhythm and melody.
Likes to move, touch and talk, is good at physical activities and learns best by interacting with space and processing knowledge through bodily sensations.
Likes to be outside interacting with the surroundings, is good at categorizing, planning a trip and preservation and learns best by studying natural phenomenon.
Likes to have lots of friends and join groups, is good at understanding and leading people and communicating, and learns best by sharing, comparing and cooperating.
Likes to work alone, is good at understanding self and following instincts and learns best by self-paced instruction and individualized projects.
Students who earn this award have shown good citizenship and leadership at school. They are regularly positive, enthusiastic, cooperative and considerate of others while organizing and participating in school activities that benefit.
Award winners are celebrated at our assemblies and their names are displayed in the hallway outside of the front office.
Congratulations to the all the Multiple Intelligence Award winners!