Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences makes people think about “IQ,” about being “smart.” The theory is changing the way some teachers teach. 909 more words
Learn more about Howard Gardner’s intelligence types: naturalistic, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, visual-spatial, logical-mathematical, and verbal-linguistic.
Editor’s Note (2015): Additional research is needed to understand the applications of Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences in educational settings. 889 more words
LM was terrified of riding her bike… until last week. The desire to be able to ride around town with her new pet rescue chihuahuas was stronger than her fear, so she pulled the bike out of it’s hiding place, pumped up the tyres and practised riding for hours every day until she was ready to hit the wide streets of Harden. 310 more words