Project Zero’s The Good Project, co-founded by Howard Gardner, has spent...
An interview with Howard Gardner has been featured in the Spring 2015 edition of Brain World magazine. Titled “Multiple Intelligences and Their Good Use,” the exclusive interview includes Gardner’s thoughts about educational practices, technology in the classroom, individualized education, creativity, and the state of the liberal arts. Click here to read Gardner’s full interview, and […]
Education Update, a monthly news magazine covering educational topics, has featured a review of Howard Gardner and Katie Davis’s book The App Generation in their March/April 2015 issue. Writer Merri Rosenberg covers some of the main points from the book in her review, including the conception among youth of life as a series of apps […]
Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has been receiving an abundance of attention in recent weeks from France and the Francophone world. First, a conference on the topic of MI theory took place on March 24, 2015, in La Rochelle, France, co-organized by Apel (Association des parents d’élèves de l’enseignement libre), newspaper la Croix, and […]
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, a close partner of the Good Project, has recently created the Joan and Fred Miller Distinguished Professor of Good Work position. The professorship was established with a gift from Joan Miller, a retired faculty member from the University who incorporated Good Work into the nursing students’ curriculum and helped to start a wider Good […]