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Carrie James Releases New Book “Disconnected”

The Good Project/Project Zero researcher Carrie James is excited to announce the publication of Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap. Based on qualitative research carried out as part of our Good Play Project, Disconnected is an account of how youth, and the adults in their lives, think about the moral and ethical dimensions of their […]

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The Global Search for Education: Top 10

In Cathy Rubin’s Huffington Post blog “The Global Search for Education,” her 2012 interview with Howard Gardner was chosen as one of the top 10 best or most insightful articles out of the over 250 that have been published over the years. Coming in at #8, Adam Steiner and Cathy Rubin summarize the interview with the following […]

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Gardner Featured in Israeli Journal “Educational Echoes”

A special edition of the Israeli periodical Educational Echoes devoted to thinkers who have helped to shape educational discourse in Israel and internationally features an interview with Howard Gardner. The interview probes Gardner’s current thinking on issues like good workers and citizens, liberal education and its goals, and opinions of educational policies. To view the […]

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Chilean Magazine Spotlights MI Theory

From 2011-2012, the Chilean publication Calpe&Abyla, a periodical dedicated to education and neurosciences, published a series of magazines on Multiple Intelligences theory. The editors assembled a unique collection of high-quality materials with a focus on the connection between MI and neuroscience. These texts are a useful resource for Spanish-speaking educators, researchers, and individuals who would […]

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U.S. Innovations that U.S. Education Reformers Ignore

In a Washington Post blog by Finnish scholar Pasi Sahlberg, five educational innovations developed in the United States, but which are in large part ignored by American schools and reformers, are outlined. Sahlberg counts among these innovations Howard Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences. He provides strong examples of how work that is done by US […]

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