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Multiple Intelligences is the theory, from Howard Gardner of Harvard, that people have seven 'intelligences' or ways of learning and remembering: Visual-Spatial, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Musical, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Linguistic, and Logical-Mathematical. (An eighth intelligence, Naturalistic, was developed later by Gary Harms.)
  • Against Gardner

    Critique of Howard Gardner's theories of multiple intelligences.

  • Concept to Classroom: Tapping into Multiple Intelligences

    Workshop answers questions about the theory and offers tips and examples for classroom application.

  • Dr. Thomas Armstrong: Multiple Intelligences

    Offers discussion of the theory, with list of intelligences and tips on teaching eight different ways. Includes books and additional resources.


    Provides insights on learning styles and multiple intelligence applicable for individuals having learning disabilities. Includes interactive tests and links to related resources.

  • Multiple Intelligences

    Presents Gardner’s theory expanding the concept of intelligence into different areas of studies such as interpersonal knowledge, spatial relations, and music.

  • Multiple Intelligences

    Birmingham Grid for Learning provides definitions, interactive worksheets, and a results wheel which charts answers based on eight intelligences.

  • Multiple Intelligences for Adult Literacy and Education

    Shares introduction to the theory, assessment activities, application suggestions, and additional resources.

  • StrengthsBuilding Partners

    Non-profit organization works with individuals and groups for the welfare of kids and their families. Shares background, with details for parents, schools, and businesses.

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