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“Intelligence is the capacity to do something useful in the society in which we live. Intelligence is the ability to respond successfully to new situations and the capacity to learn from one’s past experiences.”

—Dr. Howard Gardner, author, Frames of Mind and Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice

Dr. Howard Gardner, a professor of cognition and education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, developed his theory of multiple intelligences twenty years ago. Simply put, Dr. Gardner posits that people employ several different types of intelligence, rather than one general type.

This site, Multiple Intelligences for Adult Literacy and Education, applies Dr. Gardner's theory to adult education. With this site we hope to inspire teachers and tutors to discover innovative ways to help their learners succeed, based on their learners' intelligences.

Howard Gardner Articles

Dr. Howard Gardner's Home Page at Harvard Graduate School of Education

Intelligence In Seven Steps by Howard Gardner, Ph.D.
from Creating The Future: Perspectives on Educational Change

Other Articles

Multiplying Intelligence in the Classroom by Bruce Campbell
This document is an article published in On the Beam, a journal of New Horizons for Learning: New Horizons for Learning On The Beam Vol. IX No. 2 Winter, 1989 p. 7 :167

The Research Results of a Multiple Intelligences Classroom by Bruce Campbell; New Horizons for Learning "On The Beam" Vol.XI No.1 Fall, 1990

Variations on a Theme: How Teachers Interpret MI Theory by Linda Campbell
Teaching for Multiple Intelligences Educational Leadership Volume 55 Number 1 September 1997

The Naturalist Intelligence by Thomas Hoerr
This article first appeared in Mindshift Connection of Zephyr Press.

The First Seven . . . and the Eighth: A Conversation with Howard Gardner by Kathy Checkley
Teaching for Multiple Intelligences Educational Leadership Volume 55 Number 1 September 1997

Multiple Intelligences: Gardner's Theory
ERIC Digest ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation Washington DC Publication Date: September 1996

Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice in Adult ESL
ERIC Digest ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation Washington DC Publication Date: December 1999

Application of Multiple Intelligences Research in Alternative Assessment by Joseph Walters Harvard University. Proceedings of the Second National Research Symposium on Limited English Proficient Student Issues: Focus on Evaluation and Measurement. OBEMLA, 1992.

Special Interest Groups

Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice
A Special Interest Group (SIG) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Survey and Evaluation

Multiple Intelligences Survey
1999 Walter McKenzie, Surfaquarium Consulting

Best Way to Study by Clifford Morris July 14, 2002

Self-Estimated Inventory (Draft Version) by Clifford Morris March 19, 2002

Multiple Intelligences Teacher Inventory
Jefferson County Public Schools

Multiple Intelligences Self Profile
Kentucky Department of Education

Web Site Resources

Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences from "CONCEPT TO CLASSROOM", a collaboration between Thirteen Ed Online and Disney Learning Partnership

Learning Activities for Multiple Intelligences: Innovative Teaching Concepts 2002

How Technology Enhances Howard Gardner's Eight Intelligences: introduction by Dave Keefe for Contribution by Dee Dickinson
1998 New Horizons for Learning and America Tomorrow, Inc

Use All Your Smarts: Multiple Intelligences for Diverse Library Learners
Katherine Holmes Lesley University Library June 7, 2002

 

 

 

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