Giftedness, diversity, and problem-solving

June Maker, C.; Nielson, Aleene B.
September 1994
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall94, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
Focuses on children with multiple intelligences. Discussion of the theory of multiple intelligences; Insight into problem types and the problem-solving matrix; Assessment of problem-solving abilities; Curriculum planning; Common elements in programs.


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