A Meeting of the Minds

Bayliss, Sarah
December 2013
School Library Journal;Dec2013, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p1
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The article focuses on the design of the New City School library in St. Louis, Missouri, inspired by Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) theory. The intelligence-inspired architecture and the ways in which the space enables learning are detailed. The library's resources, intelligence-based learning activities, and the definition of the eight intelligences are discussed.


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