On the 26th anniversary of his book Frames of Mind, Howard Gardner discussed the impact and evolving interpretation of his groundbreaking.
In a life of multiple pursuits, Howard Gardner has remained a student above all else With his “theory of multiple intelligences,” Gardner challenged the .. of the world and journalists like you wouldn't come to interview me.
Thomas Hoerr: I believe that Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences ( MI) caused us to view intelligence more broadly, beyond a.
In , Howard Gardner was interviewed by the Spanish website 1stbarcelonahotels.com about his theory of multiple intelligences. This blog reappeared.
In his landmark book, “Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, ” Gardner proposed seven distinct types of intelligence.
An interview, the third in a series. [Howard Gardner: 'Multiple intelligences' are not 'learning styles']. Gardner holds positions as adjunct.
Paolo Torresan, , “The Multiple Intelligence Theory and Language Learning. An Interview with Howard Gardner”, Formazione & Insegnamento. European.
When Howard Gardner published "Frames of Mind" (Basic Books) in , Professor Gardner's theories of multiple intelligences have formed the basis for.
In Gardner published Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons, The Development and Education of the Mind, and Howard Gardner Under.
Harvard professor and author Howard Gardner's most celebrated accomplishment is the development of the theory of multiple intelligences.