Columnist Charles Assisi has written about Howard Gardner in a feature in Mint...
Sweden’s Reggio Emilia Institutet has published an interview with Howard Gardner in the Fall 2015 edition of its magazine Modern Barndom (English: Modern Childhood). In this article, Gardner discusses and shares insights about the educational approach of the Italian city Reggio Emilia and the collaboration between Reggio Emilia and Harvard’s Project Zero. Click here to see a […]
Short interviews with Howard Gardner on his books The App Generation and Frames of Mind have been released by Faculti Media. Faculti Media is a company that produces concise videos of experts from across the academic landscape discussing their research and ideas. Watch Gardner’s two videos below via YouTube to learn more about his work on […]
Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore has published a featured interview with Howard Gardner about the future of education. Discussing the effects of digital media and new technology on worldwide education as well as his own work with the city of Reggio Emilia in Italy, Gardner offers some advice for how we can navigate these […]
An op-ed about improving professional development for educators by Howard Gardner, Clayton Lewis, and Jim Reese has appeared in The Washington Post‘s “Answer Sheet” column. Citing a TNTP study that found most teacher professional development is ineffective, the authors point to the Project Zero Classroom institute, which has now held for two decades at the Harvard […]
The Italian magazine Teatri delle diversità has published an interview with Howard Gardner in its May 2015 issue! Answering questions about multiple intelligences theory, Project Zero, his life-long and wide-ranging research, the current state of education, the content of several of his books, and more, this interview with Gardner touches on a variety of subjects and is […]