Multiple Intelligences

Meyerhoff, Michael K.
March 2004
Pediatrics for Parents;2004, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the notion of multiple intelligences in contrast to the premise addressed in instructional systems in the U.S. Dimensions that encompass intelligence; Limitations in logical-mathematical and language ability; Comparison between learning based on standard academic curriculum and in the real world.


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