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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.

  • LdPride.net

    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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