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Educational Learning Theories: Chapter 9 Additional Reading

Chapter 9 Additional Reading

Credible Articles on the Internet

Big thinkers: Howard Gardner on multiple intelligences. (2009, April). Retrieved from

Bixler, B. (n.d.). A multiple intelligences primer. Retrieved from

Concept to classroom: Tapping into multiple intelligences. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Gardner's eight criteria for identifying multiple intelligences. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Huitt, W. (2002). Intelligence. Educational Psychology Interactive. Valdosta, GA: Valdosta State University. Retrieved from

Multiple intelligences. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Multiple intelligences: A theory for everyone. (n.d.). Retrieved from

Wilson, L. (1998). What's the big attraction? Why teachers are drawn to using multiple intelligence theory in their classrooms. Retrieved from

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Brualdi, A. (1998). Gardner's theory. Teacher Librarian, 26(2), 26-28.

Gardner, H. (1999). Multiple intelligences. Atlantic Monthly, 11, 5-99.

Henshon, S. E. (2006). An evolving field: The evolution of creativity, giftedness, and multiple intelligences: An interview with Ellen winner and Howard Gardner. Roeper Review, 28(4), 191-194.

Klein, P. (1997). Multiplying the problems of intelligence by eight: A critique of Gardner's theory. Canadian Journal of Education, 22(4), 377.

Takahashi, J. (2013). Multiple intelligence theory can help promote inclusive education for children with intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders: Historical reviews of intelligence theory, measurement methods, and suggestions for inclusive education. Creative Education, 4(9), 605-610.

Vardin, P. A. (2003). Montessori and Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. Montessori Life, 15(1), 40.

Books at Dalton State College

Gardner, H. (1999). Intelligence reframed: Multiple intelligences for the 21st century. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Gardner, H. (2000). The disciplined mind: Beyond facts and standardized tests, the K-12 education that every child deserves (New ed.). New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Gardner, H. (2007). Five minds for the future. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.

Videos and Tutorials

EQ and the Emotional Curriculum. (2000). Retrieved from Films on Demand database.