Getting specific about multiple intelligences

Hatch, Thomas
March 1997
Educational Leadership;Mar1997, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p26
States that schoolchildren may display similar interpersonal, linguistic and musical strengths, but not necessarily in the same ways or to the same extent over time. Three faces of interpersonal intelligence; Balancing strengths and needs; Looking for specialized strengths, but not attaching permanent labels; Organization of the curriculum around the child and not around the intelligences.


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