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ERIC Number: ED425193
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 298
Abstractor: N/A
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ISBN: ISBN-0-932935-91-5
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Multiple Intelligences: A Collection.
Fogarty, Robin, Ed.; Bellanca, James, Ed.
As a concise resource for Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences and its implications for schooling around the world, this collection is designed for educators, parents, and others interested in education. The first section discusses Gardner and his background, and the second section expounds his theory. The third section explores the practical applications of the theory, and the fourth expands on these applications. The final section describes some special applications. The following essays are included: (1) "An Interview with Howard Gardner" (Robert J. Kirschenbaum); (2) "Profile: Howard Gardner" (David E. Fernie); (3) "Reflections on 'The Unschooled Mind': An Interview with Howard Gardner" (Jacqueline Anglin); (4) "The Development and Education of Intelligences" (Joseph Walters and Howard Gardner); (5) "The Theory of Multiple Intelligences" (Howard Gardner); (6) "Varieties of Excellence: Identifying and Assessing Children's Talents" (Mindy Kornhaber and Howard Gardner); (7) "Multiple Intelligences Go to School: Educational Implications of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences" (Howard Gardner and Thomas Hatch); (8) "A School for All Intelligences" (Tina Blythe and Howard Gardner); (9) "Multiple Intelligences Theory: Creating the Thoughtful Classroom" (Noel White, Tina Blythe, and Howard Gardner); (10) "Multiple Intelligences in Action" (Bruce Campbell); (11) "From Theory to Practice: Indianapolis' Key School Applies Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory to the Classroom" (Patricia J. Bolanos); (12) "Different Child, Different Style: Seven Ways To Reach and Teach All Children" (Kathy Fagella and Janet Horowitz); (13) "Learning Differences--Not Disabilities" (Thomas Armstrong); (14) "Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory: An Evaluation of Relevant Research Literature and a Consideration of Its Application to Gifted Education" (Dona Matthews); (15) "Using Multiple Intelligences To Set Goals" (Launa Ellison); (16) "Multiple Intelligences: Seven Ways To Approach Curriculum" (Thomas Armstrong); (17) "Multiple Technologies for Multiple Intelligences" (Dee Dickinson); and (18) "Project Spectrum: An Innovative Assessment Alternative" (Mara Krechevsky). Most of the chapters contain references. (SLD)
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Language: English
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