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Important Theorists and Theories

While the definitions or requirements for being classified as “gifted” shift by theorist and by state, there are some beliefs which transcend state lines. In short, it generally is agreed that students who are gifted possess a high level of aptitude, achievement, creativity, and motivation which sets them within the top 90% or higher of their peers.  557 more words

Gardner's Multiple Intelligences 

Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences According to Gardner there are 8 frames of mind that can be present in a person.

Gardner opposes the idea of labeling learners to a specific intelligence. 196 more words

The Changes in My Beliefs About Intelligence

by Guillermo Bautista Jr. 

My strength in terms of intelligence is logical-mathematical under Gardner’s multiple intelligence. When I was young and naïve, I did not really consider non-logical, non-scientific, and non-mathematical fields as a challenge and did not consider people who chose those fields intelligent. 160 more words

Personal Selections And Commentaries

My Brain Won't Write What I Think

My brain won’t write what I think.”, Alex said to me at our first counseling session.  The 4th grade boy did well with math in school and was a good reader, but struggled with writing tasks, particularly those in social studies. 477 more words


Multiple Intelligences in Art

The students in Color & Design explored their strengths after learning about Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences. They took quizzes to find their strongest “intelligence” and then created an artwork that used or expressed that strength. 13 more words

Color & Design

Your kids' learning styles + landing the right teacher

My sweet boy, being brave but feeling nervous on his first day of kindergarten

What’s your elementary school’s policy on requesting teachers? Is it encouraged or prohibited? 590 more words


Howard Gardner and Education Literature

Once again, this part of something I wrote when going for my Masters. This was on Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences.

There can be two very different responses to older articles on education. 810 more words