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4. Different Kinds of Smart - Multiple Intelligences

Web-based readings

Hatch, T. (1997, March). Getting specific about multiple intelligences. Educational Leadership, 54(6). Retrieved 1/12/03.

This article on multiple intelligences in the classroom describes specific student examples.

Campbell, L. (1997, September). Variations on a theme: How teachers interpret MI theory. Educational Leadership55(1). Retrieved 1/12/03.

This article describes how schools around the country have incorporated and adapted MI theory, from interdisciplinary themes to apprenticeships.

Gardner, H. (1999, February). Who owns intelligence? The Atlantic Monthly,283(2).

This article by Gardner describes how we define intelligence.

Project SUMIT, Harvard University, Project Zero.


Sternberg, R. J. (1997, March). What does it mean to be smart? Educational Leadership 54(6), 20-24.


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Harvard Project Zero
Project Zero's mission is to understand and enhance learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels.

Schools Using Multiple Intelligences http://pzweb.harvard.edu/research/SUMIT.htm
Schools Using Multiple Intelligences is a research investigation into how schools use multiple intelligences theory. The site includes information about the project as well as an overview of the theory.

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