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The Multi-Dimensional Mind

Today, I had the opportunity to start reading Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons. I am familiar with some of Howard Gardner’s work because the director of my school wants to design the curriculum around the multiple intelligences. 747 more words

Educational Technology

The hardest language

On Quora, this question gets thrown around a lot. What is the hardest language? Is there any language that is the hardest? 

The oft-repeated but true answer to this question would be that it  449 more words


learning styles: the evidence

The PTA meeting was drawing to a close. The decision to buy more books for the library instead of another interactive whiteboard had been unanimous, and the conversation had turned to educational fads. 1,334 more words


The Road to 65, Miles 339-40: Effervescence

November 2-3, 2015, Chino Valley

Although this deals with two days, I will be succinct.  I feel several changes welling up within me, all of them good.   288 more words


My Teaching Philosphy

For me, learning is a process of acquiring and enhancing knowledge and skills. Since aptitude varies from individual to individual, the process of learning should also vary. 756 more words

Education & Development

Richard Corriere writes about education: Probability says it’s not chance that US test scores keep falling

Every person, computer, algorithm and robot has glitches, biases, and illogical processes which limit how effectively he, she, or it processes information. To process information one must take information in. 107 more words

A Nation Of Illiterates

What's Your Learning Strength? Helping Kids Understand Multiple Intelligences

There is so much pressure in our society to be the best and the smartest. We push children academically, we bombard them with tests, competitive sports and after school activities. 487 more words