In an exclusive interview with French magazine Sciences Humaines, Howard Gardner answers a series of questions ranging from the current state of Multiple Intelligences to the implications of the book Truth, Beauty and Goodness: Reframed. To view the original, French version of the interview, please visit the Sciences Humaines website. SCIENCE HUMAINES Q&A Q: Why did you choose to write […]
On Wednesday evening, Howard Gardner moderated an Askwith Forum discussing Paulo Freire and his 1968 book, “Pedagogy of the Oppressed.” Noam Chomsky joined visiting lecturer Bruno della Chiesa in this conversation. To learn more about the forum, and their thoughts on Freire, please visit the Harvard Gazette website.
Check out the latest Harvard Graduate School of Education EdCast in which Howard Gardner reflects on his academic “greatest hits” and shares insight on where he does his best thinking.
On April 18th, at Alverno College in Milwaukee, Howard Gardner received the inaugural “Sister Joel Read Outstanding Educator Award.” To learn more about the award, and the ceremony, please visit the Alverno College website.
On Tuesday evening, Howard Gardner and Steven Pinker participated in a public conversation in conjunction with the Mind/Brain/Behavior Graduate Student Committee. To learn more about their influences, interests, and research, check out this article from the Harvard Gazette.