[start with MI so they know it's in the course, move to the meat and potatoes of constructivist, then how MI informs.
Multiple Intelligences describes the "toolbox" of __ that each young child brings to exploration and learning.
Teachers can help shape how children are exploring and learning by understanding all the tools in the box, and by learning through observation, which tools and combinations of tools a child or children together prefer.
How do we as early childhood educators create an environment that invites children to use their natural learning instincts in the classroom? How do we set up an environment that invites students to use their multiple intelligences, all those available, their preferred ones...., their "tools" in their toolkitsto learn?
By understanding how kids learn and use that to inform shape thir learning "environment" (materials, ....) and to o allow them unfettered access to their tools.
In this course, you will learn how children learn more deeply when they follow their natural curiosities, that children are naturally prepared for early curiosity-based explorations in science and math, and other domains, as STEM literacy is the gateway to most other subjects and to an ethic of lifelong learning. You will learn how you can create experiences to encourage curiosity-based learning and to engage in it with your students.
Something returning to MI's role.
To include in summary:
observation, "action", ...