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Multiple Intelligences

For many years, intelligence was only considered in terms of a fixed number, an intelligence quotient (IQ).  Howard Gardner, Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, proposes another theory, a theory of multiple intelligences.  334 more words

Character Development and Multiple Intelligences

Authors develop characters in a variety of ways, but the truth is that a good character must be:

KNOWN (even if they are misunderstood and mysterious) 126 more words

Character Development

Care

We say we care for something when we feel a connection to it; we say we don’t care for something when we feel no connection to it.   157 more words

Art Is Vital - The Atlantic

As I have been doing the research for my book “Shaping Lives, Transforming Communities” I have come across several articles in the Atlantic that support and extend the need for the arts in our individual and community life. 72 more words

Coming back up for air so I can rant about "learning styles"

Hi all. As you can see, I haven’t posted on here for awhile.

This school year has been crazy, as I’m adjusting to a new teaching position. 464 more words

Curriculum And Instruction

Emotional Intelligence [EQ] in Medicine

 

The Five Basic Non-Cognitive Competencies

Many of us have encountered a person who may intellectually be at upper levels, but whose ability to interact with others appears to that of one who is highly immature. 720 more words

Ethics

Blogging from A to Z Day 9: Intelligences

I is for Intelligences

One of the most interesting and useful things I learned in my developmental psychology class is Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences. 475 more words

Musings